Location: Park Ayalon:
Client: HaZera Seeds of Growth
As a landscape consultant for HaZera, and with the company’s experience in promoting urban concentration in south Tel Aviv, I performed research and analysis of the Ayalon Park. In these studies, I utilized my skills as a Dutch landscape architect.
Dutch planning and methodology, led to the conclusion that the Ayalon Park is too large, and the boundaries must be reduced and transformed into concentrated residential areas. This solution offers a wide range of possibilities such as: extensive use of the park by a large population, maintaining the area to meet the appropriate standards of a functioning urban park, building tens of thousands of new high quality residences along the park, all this while preserving the continuity of the Ayalon river landscape and rehabilitation of Hiriya as a future tourist attraction.