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Neuman Hayner Architects 

Neuman Hayner Architects is an award-winning architectural firm founded by Sharon Neuman and Iftah Hayner. Currently, the firm employs 13 professional architects and staff. The firm is involved in a wide variety of projects, both in Israel and abroad. These projects span multiple scales and include mixed-use complexes, multi-residential buildings, educational and community structures, museums, hotels, holiday complexes, offices, private houses, apartments and even branding and product design. The multidisciplinary concept that characterizes the office allows for a broad and in-depth view, encouraging original design solutions. Throughout the process of planning, great emphasis is placed on contextual planning and climatic aspects, all while maintaining mental flexibility, planning clarity, and adhering to budget and schedule goals. The office has won international competitions in both architecture and design. Notable projects include the W Hotel Limassol in Cyprus (a mixed-use complex with a hotel, residences, beach club, galleries, restaurants, and public space), the Dead Sea Museum in Arad, the Emek Hefer Regional Council complex, the “Adraba” visitors center (focused on Jewish wisdom in Lod), the expansion of Kibbutz Shefayim, and the experience center – the Entrance to the Land of the Dead Sea. In addition to their work in the office, Sharon and Iftah are actively involved in volunteering across a wide variety of social activities.