David Adraee

David Adraee is a Masters student of Architecture and Town Planning at the Technion. His research explores the social, functional and historical significance of private open space (POS) in large housing estates and how it has changed over time. Using Yad Eliyahu neighborhood as a case study, David examines how these spaces are unique and fulfill a different function than their equivalent in the typical urban fabric buildings in central Tel Aviv. David hopes that recognition of this unique resource can make both a scholarly and pragmatic contribution to the current urban planning discourse.  

As part of the understanding that research and practice cannot be divided, the Adraee Architects website dedicates a blog to the research conducted in this field in general and David's research in particular. 
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These days David writes his thesis towards receiving his Masters diploma in Architecture & Town Planning at the Technion. His research explores the social, functional and historical significance of private open space (POS) in large housing estates and how it has changed over time.
The research requires a wide Ethnographical study which can be achieved via the blog and targeted distribution of relevant questionnaires.
The blog contains additional content about public space in Israel as well as impressions and information gathered by David at forums and conferences he took part at. 
ADRAEE ARCHITECTS (Architecture and interior Design) http://www.adraee.co.il/

Architect David Adraee is a co-founder at Adraee Architects together with Architect Yifat Adraee.
David is a great believer in combining architectural research and architectural practice as one does not exist or evolves without the other.

Adraee Architects offers a variety of architectural services including interior design (private and commercial) and architectural planning of residential and public buildings.
 
The firm's planning perception views architecture and interior design as the 2 sides of the same coin, two fields that complete each other.
 
David chose to do his volunteering at the Azrieli empowerment program.  He called his project : 
My Own Private Space
Between Architectural Studio and Creative Workshop


See his unique work in the link