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Haussmann Architects - Public beach in Hamey Zohar, East view Public beach in Hamey Zohar          Haussmann Architects - Beach adjacent to the Solarium, Handicapped accessibility Beach adjacent to the Solarium          Haussmann Architects - Beach at the Lot Hotel ,Ein Bokek, East view Beach at the Lot Hotel ,Ein Bokek          Haussmann Architects - Beach next to Leonardo Plaza Hotel, Hamey Zohar, North view Beach next to Leonardo Plaza Hotel, Hamey Zohar          Haussmann Architects - Beach next to Leonardo Club Hotel, Hamey Zohar, East view Beach next to Leonardo Club Hotel, Hamey Zohar          Haussmann Architects - Eilat's North Beach Promenade Upgrade Eilat's North Beach Promenade Upgrade          Haussmann Architects - Ein Gedi public beach, Stairs and conveyor to the beach visualisation Ein Gedi public beach         

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Public beach in Hamey Zohar

Completed

Location: Hamey Zohar  tourist area, The Dead Sea

Client: Tamar Regional Council

Scope: 33 m²

The operations of the Dead Sea Works Ltd., which resulted in an ongoing rise in the Dead Sea water level required to redesign and lift the existing beaches to a higher position. The project consists of 3 beaches: one for the secular public and the 2 others are gender segregated for the religious public. The design sought to create a space setting and special character for each of the beaches by designing unique elements and diverse bathing site facilities.

Beach adjacent to the Solarium

Completed

Location: Ein Bokek, Dead Sea

Client: Tamar Regional Council

Scope: 16.5 m²

The operations of the Dead Sea Works Ltd., which resulted in an ongoing rise in the Dead Sea water level required to redesign and lift the existing beaches to a higher position. The design sought to create a space setting and special character for the beach by designing unique elements and diverse bathing site facilities.

Beach at the Lot Hotel ,Ein Bokek

Completed

Location: Ein Bokek, Dead Sea

Client: Dead Sea Works Ltd.

Scope: 18 m²

 

The operations of the Dead Sea Works Ltd., which resulted in an ongoing rise in the Dead Sea water level required to redesign and lift the existing beaches to a higher position. The design sought to create a space setting and special character for the beach by designing unique elements and diverse bathing site facilities.

Beach next to Leonardo Plaza Hotel, Hamey Zohar

Completed

Location: Hamey Zohar tourist area, The Dead Sea

Client: The Dead Sea Preservation Government Company Ltd.

Scope: 28,000 m²

 

The operations of the Dead Sea Works Ltd.,  which resulted in an ongoing rise in the Dead Sea water level required to redesign and lift the existing beaches to a higher position. The design sought to create a space setting and special character for the beach by designing unique elements and diverse bathing site facilities.

Beach next to Leonardo Club Hotel, Hamey Zohar

Completed

Location: Hamey Zohar tourist area, The Dead Sea

Client: Dead Sea Works Ltd.

Scope: 26,000 m²

The operations of the Dead Sea Works Ltd., which resulted in an ongoing rise in the Dead Sea water level required to redesign and lift the existing beaches to a higher position. The design sought to create a space setting and special character for the beach by designing unique elements and diverse bathing site facilities.

Eilat's North Beach Promenade Upgrade

Ein Gedi public beach

Halted

Location: Ein Gedi, The Dead Sea

Client: Tamar Regional Council

Scope: 60.7 m²

Ein Gedi beach is characterized by a continuous decline of the Dead Sea water level (about 35 meters today)  and a seabed slope of 45 degrees. The hazard of sinkhole formation and the seismic risks required us to find a creative solution for Reconstruction and accessibility of the public beach.

Performing excavation work to create a levelled beach, stairs, and a diagonal elevator that, which can be lengthened over time as the water level recedes and the digging of the beach continues.