A strategic urban scheme for Weitzman street in kfar Saba, Israel. This main axis of the city is characterized by dominant car activity and many parking lots. The scheme proposes qualitative public spaces and underground parking alternatives.

ARCHITECTS | NEA + Ron B. Neuman

LOCATION | Kfar Saba, IL

TYPOLOGY | Urban strategy, urban Design

The project aims to reduce the impact of the cars on the city and stimulates the residents to walk, bike & use public transportations. Three points of study on the axis:

  • The Central Bus station
  • The Market
  • Kfar Saba Park

underground parking for the central bus station and city market

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