GalPeleg Architects was founded in 2004 in Tel Aviv by Adi Gal and Amir Peleg. Since then their practice has specialized in urban renewal and housing projects, including additions to listed historic buildings, new buildings in historical contexts and private houses. The projects combine clear and sharp spatial perception with a on texture, material and colour. The design structure is based on observation of the existing architectural context together with a contemporary personal statement. The planning process in the studio is inspired by analysis of existing buildings and the exposure of their original logic, combined with experiments in painting, drawing and colour. GalPeleg's aspiration lies in the meeting point between the well-designed and the simple, the monochromatic and the colorful, orderly and chaotic, when the seemingly effortless aesthetics leave much room for lightness.
Amir Peleg graduated from the Department of Architecture, 'Bezalel' Academy of Arts and Design in 1996. From 1996 to 2000 he worked in 'Bar Orian Architects' in Tel Aviv. In 2002, he finished his Master degree in the 'Art, Architecture and the City' program in Universidad Politecnica de Cataluña, Barcelona. His thesis dealt with Modern Movement architecture in Palestine during the 1930s. In 2004 he opened GalPeleg Architects together with Adi Gal. Between 2005-2007 he worked in the department of conservation of the Tel AvivMunicipality. Currently teaches in the Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa
Adi Gal graduated from the Department of Architecture, 'Bezalel' Academy of Arts and Design, 1998. From 1999 to 2000 she worked in 'Bar Orian Architects' in Tel Aviv. In 2003 , she finished his Master degree in the 'Art and Ephimeral spaces' program in Universidad Politecnica de Cataluña, Barcelona. Her thesis dealt with the connection and relation between 2D and architecture. In 2004 she opened GalPeleg Architects together with Amir Peleg.
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