Ran Blander Architects and Town Planners Ltd.

Architecture and Town Planning

Ran Blander Architects and Town Planners Ltd.
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Established: 2006
Line of Business: Architecture and Town Planning
Address: 28 HaArba’a St., Tel-Aviv 6473925
Phone: 972-3-5419555
Fax: 972-3-6868003
Email: mail@blander.co.il
Website: http://www.blander.co.il
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    Arch. Ran Blander

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    Ran Blander Architects and Town Planners Ltd.

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    Miki Hermony Office Manager
    Team Leaders
    Arch. Yael Dayan
    Asi Ben-Simon
    Arch. Daniel Koppel
    Arch. Tal Winstok Head of Zoning and Urban Renewal
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About Ran Blander Architects and Town Planners Ltd.

Ran Blander Architects and Town Planners Ltd. is a dynamic, fresh and creative firm that specializes in large-scale architectural design in various fields, including residential towers, high-density and mixes-use complexes construction, employment, commerce, public buildings, town planning and urban renewal, and is among Israel’s leading architecture firms.

In recent years, the firm deepened its operations in urban renewal projects (Pinui-Binui complexes), gained extensive experience in this field. The firm was ranked 9th by City Square’s leading architects in urban renewal ranking table.

The firm was established in 2006 and is managed by Arch. Ran Blander, who graduated (Magna Cum Laude) from the Technion in 1993.

The firm’s staff includes 24 professionals who are divided into 4 planning teams, in addition to skilled administrative staff. The firm’s architects form a professional, dedicated and industrious team, ready to meet any challenge.

The firm clients include Israel’s largest companies, including Gindi Holdings, B.S.R., Africa Israel, Avisror, Gabay Group, Dona, Tidhar, Bonei Hatichon, The Urban Renewal Company, Aviv, Enav, The Israel Children’s Museum, The Sheba Hospital, The National Insurance Institute, local authorities and more.

Creativity, Excellence and Service Orientation

The firm’s staff aspires to professional excellence and makes sure to implement fresh and original thought to develop unique ideas for every project. The firm specializes in creating commercial architecture solutions and is therefore committed to the provision of optimal value and first-class service to its clients. The firm is always committed to achieving professional goals for the benefit of its clients, and, among other factors, it guarantees to maximize the planning potential and the open-mindedness and cognitive flexibility which are adjusted to the client’s needs.

Furthermore, the firm emphasizes the professional accompaniment dealing with planning authorities, as well as the professional preparation of plans and meticulous attention to details. The firm applies advanced planning software and provides its clients with BIM (Building Information Modeling) planning methods through the Revit software.

Prominent Projects

The firm’s selected projects include, the “Central Park” towers in Tel-Aviv – a mixed-use complex with 330 housing units, commerce and public buildings; 500 residential units in the Bayit BaPark neighborhood, Or Yehuda; 1,400 urban renewal units, Yehud; additional planned pinui-binui projects; “La Park” – a leisure and entertainment center in Park Peres, Holon; The Yad LaBanim House – An art and music center, Afula; the “Gindi Vision” tower, Tel-Aviv; The Avisror Towers, Green Yavne; The HaTichon Towers, HaMada St. Neighborhood, Rehovot; The Railway Tech Center, Afula; about 1,100 units in Modi’in; about 800 housing units, Harish; Thousands of housing units in Central Israel and across the country.


Ran Blander Architects participates in various competitions. The firm won the competition for designing the children and family center – JDC Ashalim, Afula; “La Park” – a leisure and entertainment center in Park Peres, Holon; Central Park Towers in Tel-Aviv; And recently, it won first place in a public competition of the Architects Association and the Ministry of Defense for planning the National Center for Israeli Resilience. The center is planned on an area of about 6,500 sq.m near the HFC base in Ramla and will enable emergency training and learning for the entire population of Israel.

As a leading organization, which cultivates the values of excellence, the firm aims to continue and be one of Israel’s top planning firms.

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