פרופ' גדי הלר
Studied architecture at Technion Haifa. Diploma in Architecture.
Completed the studies towards Msc. degree (the master paper was not written).
Head of Studio for design & architecture in the Sadna, School of architecture (parallel to figures like Ram Karmi, Zvi Hecker, Eldar Sharon & others)-6 years.
Head of studio for design & architecture in the new School of Architecture at the Tel Aviv University - 5 years and of them 3 years as head of four studios.
A Senior Teacher for 6 years in the School of Arcitecture Tel Aviv University.
An associate Professor at the School of Architecture Tel Aviv University (May 2001).
1968-1971 - Working in the Tel Aviv Waterfront Development scheme , which was a collaboration of various firms: Rechter, Yaski,Niv Reifer, Nadler Nadler Bixon. At the end of that period Ibecame the head of the collaboration's office.
1971-1978 - Working at Rechter-Zarhi architects, Peri Engineer - in the capacity of managing: (as the architect in charge & head of team of design) the following projects:
1978 - An Associate Architect at Yacov Rechter firm
Participation in winning the first prize in a national competition to design a neighborhood unit in Eilat (1969).
Participation in winning the first prize in a national competition to design a house for the aged in Afula (1970).
Participated in competition (final stage) to design Beit Hazanhan in Ramat Gan-1968.
First prize in the competition for the Municipal Center in Emek Hefer.
Participated in competition (final stage) to design a Synagogue in Kiryat Anavim.(1980)
Third prize in a national competition for the design of three quarters in Kazerin (1983)
Honorary mention in the national competition of Build your house today The Israeli house tomorrow.
Honorary mention in the national competition to design units in the Villas city in Rishon LeZion.
Participated the competition to design the Faculty of Architecture at the Technion - Haifa.
Participated the competition of the Biennale of Architecture in Venice under the title: The City less Aesthetics More Ethics (The project was projected as a video during the Biennale).
Private Works (outside the office)
Having an independent architects office together with architect A. Meller during this period. We won the first prize in the competition for the Municipality of Emek Heffer and designed some other projects.
Building some private houses in Israel. among the most distinguished :
An urban house in Afeka Tel Aviv, (with architect Dan Liad). It was published in the magazine Architectura and an appreciation essay
Written up in Haaretz by Prof. Ran Schori. The building was also published in the International Bauhouse convention in Tel Aviv.
Mozes house in Savyon (with architect Dan Liad). The house was published in the Israeli Biennale and was chosen to represent Israeli Architecture in the International publication of Casa International .
Bar on a residential house in Herzlia Pituah.
Development of the Municipality site in Ramat Hasharon (with architect Hilik Korin)
Publications (as an associate architect in Rechter office):
Tel Aviv Waterfront Promenade. (Architectura 1985).
Hotel on Mount Carmel Haifa (A.A. 1982).
Laromme Hotel Tel aviv (Tvai 1981).
Computer Center in Lod ( L architettura Italy - 1988).
Computer Center in Lod (Tvai 1988).
Gilo a magazine of planning Gilo quarter published by the Minister of Housing in Jerusalem.
Tel Aviv Promenade (Contemporary Architecture 1984-5 ,The International Year Book.)
Computer Center in Lod (Comtemporary Architecture 1987-8 the International Year Book).
Law Courts , Acre ( L architettura Italy - 1988).
Law Courts, Acre - was chosen to represent Israel in the Biennale in Venice (1998).
Publication of private projects done independently
Villas city in Rishon Lezion - (Architecture magazine 1991).(with Dan Liad)
A private house in Tel Aviv - (Architecture magazine 1991).
A private house in Tel Aviv In the international conference of the White City in Tel Aviv.
An essay on the private house in Afeka by Prof. Ran Schori.
A publication in the international magazine Casa International. 9 projects were chosen to represent Israeli architects of To-day in designing residential facilities.