Amir Mann

Founding Partner, Mann Shinar Architects & Planners


Amir Mann, Founding Partner at Mann Shinar Architects & Planners Ltd., operated as Head of Design for the recently opened Ilan and Assaf Ramon International Airport in Timna - Israel’s first civil airport built from scratch. As Head of Design, Mann helped secure the 1,250 acre cutting edge airport project within budget and deadlines, and within one architectural language for the overall complex, presently nominated for numerous international design awards.
Born in 1950, Israel, Mann graduated the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology (1976) and Harvard Graduate School of Design (1983), worked in Boston for 12 years on a series of large commercial, office and public buildings, large scale historic renovations (in Lowell and Charlestown, Massachusetts), as well as health-care projects in the U.S., Canada, Australia and Singapore.
The office of Mann Shinar Architects, established in 1991, currently with a staff of 50, is leading award winning work and has been recognized in Israel for its uniqueness and search for excellence, including: the National Library of Israel in Jerusalem (in partnership with Herzog & DeMeuron Architects, in construction); the US Consulate in Jerusalem; the Israeli Ministry of Justice in Jerusalem (in construction); the Azrieli Rishonim Tower and Commercial Center; Shenkar School of Fashion in Tel Aviv; the Ben Gurion Airport Masterplan and Support Buildings in Tel Aviv; the Masterplans for the new Haifa Waterfront and the desert city of Be'er Sheba 2030; as well as numerous residential neighborhoods, urban quarters, office, commercial, hi-tech and public buildings across the State.
Amir has taught at the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, and is currently teaching at the Tel-Aviv University School of Architecture.


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