Taavura Logistic Center

Taavura Logistic Center

Architect
Auerbach Halevy Architects
Location
ramla, Israel
Project Year
2008
Category
Hangers
Uzi Porat

Taavura Logistic Center

Auerbach Halevy Architects as Architects

Design Team: Ori Rittenberg, Ori Halevy, Oshrat Asa, Merav Tadmor, Hen Azulay Photographer: Uzi Porat


A logistical, service and transportation hub for the biggest heavy load trucking company in Israel, the project is located alongside an expressway intersection and at the edge of a new industrial zone. The design set out to create a sense of identity and place in a new industrial zone and to restore the street in a dispersed urban fabric. Setback from the street the vaulted roof is a response to a narrow street section. Light wells were introduced to create a rhythmic scale towards the street, with trees offering shade and ivy softening the architectural concrete and metal panels.


The light wells enable north light and natural ventilation, while the south overhang shades the interior work spaces. TAAVURA logo letters were intended to wrap around the central building and serve as structure and focal point of reference from the expressway.


Site 35,000 sm (3 lots) Built 22,000 sm (6 buildings)


Program: Main service truck garage, Parts Storage, Pre delivery service, Administration, Employee support spaces.

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