Lilach Safran Gorfung graduated from Pratt Institute, New York in 1999 with honor. Following a distinguished scholarships as an outstanding student. Following her graduation Lilach pursued an internship at Peter Eiseman’s architectural office. She then collaborated with several New York top leading offices. After returning to Israel, Lilach established her own private office in 2003. Lilach has a strong artistic background, She studied graphic design and fine art, at Coventry University School of arts, England).
the office draw inspiration from people, materials, experiences, and life. “For me, each project is a new journey, our Office is permanently in a state of searching for the simple and complex with an intense willingness to rethink & renew our definition of architecture and it’s inhabits.”
We follow a clean and minimalist planning discipline, in order to provide suitable space for the different situations of life. We committed to provide an eminent aesthetic level of design & detailing and our executions and finishes are exemplary.
“From my point of view, the application of architecture will forever move between the boundaries of artistic and functionality, between dream & reality, urban & private, outside & inside till we reach the significance of a “time less space.”
The office was established at 2002 by architect Lilach Safran Gorfong. Our office, combine a group of young and dynamic architects & designers. We follow a clean and minimalist planning discipline, in order to provide suitable space for the different situations of life.We committed to provide an eminent aesthetic level of design & detailing and our executions and finishes are exemplary.Our office has an enormous experience with private and public sectors and ensures without any question an aesthetic and high finishing standard. Each project is a new journey, of creation, attitude and alignment. Consistently we search for relationship, between people, between the abstract and realism, public and private, outside and inside, artistic and functionality.
The office located in the architect’s private courtyard outside her home in Ramat-Hasharon.
“The idea to place the office in my home, in my backyard,” states Lilach, “is that when customers arrive to meet me they have to enter the office through my home. They are exposed to my private world and in this fashion many barriers are opened. This transparency enables an open conversation between the customer and myself right from the start. This result is the start of an ongoing relationship which leads to a common journey of personal planning”.