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Harugei Malchut Symbolizes Tel Aviv’s Future of Residential Design

Parul Dubey on December 21, 2017 - in News, Projects

Tel Aviv : HQ Architects in collaboration with developer Yarden Gilan of Ram Aderet Group, today unveiled plans for

Harugei Malchut, an innovative and forward-thinking residential project spearheaded and designed by leading architect firm HQ Architects, led by architect Erez Ella. The project will transform a nondescript building with eight units in northern Tel Aviv’s affluent Ramat HaHayal district into a reimagined residential structure measuring 40m long by 18m wide with 21 gorgeous residences. The project is slated to be completed in 2019.

The lush interior courtyard of Harugei Malchot Residences by HQ Architects (Rendering)

Harugei Malchut will be designed under Israel’s innovative urban renewal policy of “Tama 38,” which allows architects to redevelop a building and add additional floors for new inhabitants, while updating existing apartments and infrastructure for longtime inhabitants. Harugei Malchut will consist of a lush residential building with open-air facades and 21 stylish apartments that host spacious balconies, along with several penthouse options varying in size, but with uniform quality and stylish design by HQ Architects.


The main challenge in urban renewal projects is to keep the local community in their original building and create higher-quality apartments within the same structure. The Harugei Malchut project changed the typical Israeli typology of a multi-family building by transforming the plot through material and spatial design. The new building will be adorned in a combination of white local stone and exposed concrete, emphasizing the separation of each floor and fixing the original building’s poorly aged plastered covering. Additionally, an inner-courtyard is introduced creating an internal space for existing dwellers to come back to their local community, while introducing a variety of sized apartments above. 


Front Facade of Harugei Malchot (Rendering)

A large opening was introduced to spatially reinforce the inner-courtyard and allow natural ventilation and light to come in. The open arrangement functions as an entrance lobby and private common space and allows two internal balconies to be created for the penthouse apartments. The property features lush vegetation with more than 25 planted trees, including Citrus trees, Olive trees, Maish trees, and Cypress trees.

Harugei Malchut is part of Tel Aviv-Jaffa’s expanding city limits and infrastructure upgrades rejuvenating the municipality and neighboring towns and districts. It is located just a 10-minute drive from the urban center, in Ramat HaHayal. The Northern neighborhood is home to the research and development offices of leading global high tech firms and suburban-style residential developments. 

Harugei Malchut – Inner Courtyard (Rendering)

“Harugei Malchut is an innovative architectural project that gives way to the distinct natural characteristics commonplace in Tel Aviv: stunning light from both east and west; balmy weather that allows for materials and finishings to breathe; and lush Mediterranean horticulture that is both colorful and provides privacy and distinction of space,” said Erez Ella, Lead Architect and Partner at HQ Architects. “With the rapid evolution of the city’s urban periphery, Harugei Malchut is set to be a flagship project that is definitive of the zeitgeist of modern day Tel Aviv.”



HQ ARCHITECTS (HQA) was founded in Israel in 2008 by Erez Ella, formerly of OMA and REX. Focusing on a strong pragmatic and programmatic approach, HQ ARCHITECTS strives to question conventions and create culturally challenging buildings, while compounding client resources to achieve maximum utility through design.


About Ram Aderet Group

In the past decade, Ram Aderet Group has positioned itself as one of the leading dynamic and contracting companies in the country. Over the years, the internal Tnufa Bair group is leading urban renewal through initiatives in the fields of residential, commercial and office buildings, building preservation, improvement, and reinforcement of buildings (NOP 38), through team work and the most advanced work methods

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