The 7,000 m2 (approximately 75,500 sq ft) buildings will include the Conference Center and the Multimedia Resource Center. The architects are Goldschmidt-Arditty-Ben Nayim Architects, in Jerusalem, working in close cooperation with RHL Architettura, an Italian architectural firm based in Rome. The landscape design is being developed by Shlomo Aronson Architects.
The project design consists of modern and comfortable buildings in harmony with the local artistic and architectural heritage of the Holy Land.
On May 2013 the bulldozers started working and pushing the soil, in November of that same year the construction of the structure began. 60% of the structure is already finished. The construction is foreseen to be completed by June 2016.
You can see the latest pictures of the construction site here.
The architect, the construction company, and the land acquired are all Israeli. To develop and later manage the project, the Saxum Foundation is working with experienced professionals who will ensure the project’s success and sustainability.