Price Piltzer Yawitz Architects
throughout Israel and the United States. Specializing in Urban design, development, licensing and residential architecture, Charles is active in product design, sculpture and interface design. In the past decade he has won several architecture competitions.
Charles has practiced in Tel Aviv since moving to Israel in 1986. As one of the first experts on computers in architecture, he was a consultant to many of Israel's leading firms in the 1980's. Through his Tel Aviv practice, Charles has built unique residences
Charles Yawitz, born in St. Louis Missouri, is a graduate of Columbia College and Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture and Planning. After graduating, Charles worked for the City of New York and
for Davis Brody Architects.
He specializes in urban design, public
buildings, residential neighbourhoods
and energy saving 'green' building.
His design, with Peter Keinan and Daniel Monk, for the Webb school of languages in Tel Aviv University won the Rokach Prize for Architecture.
Upon graduation Shimon Piltzer worked in the office of I.M.Pei and partners in New York. Shimon won several prestigious national competitions together with his partners. He taught at the Bezalel Academy school of Architecture.
Shimon Piltzer, a native of
Tel Aviv, graduated from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
He received his M.Sc. in architecture and urban design from the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture and Planning in New York.
Dan Price is a practicing architect living in Tel Aviv. He began his studies in Johannesburg and graduated from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. As partner with Ada Karmi Melamede, Dan Price worked on numerous public and private projects of various scales:
from the new Ben Gurion Airport to private houses. Dan teaches design in the Azrieli School of Architecture in Tel Aviv University
as well as courses on the appropriate use of materials and construction detailing. He has completed a masters degree in
environmental studies through the
Porter school in Tel Aviv Universityfocusing on the design of sustainable neighbourhoods.
Recently he published a book, co-authored with Ada Karmi Melamede, presenting a critical analysis of architecture in Palestine during the British mandate (1918-1947).