Moshe Tzur

Moshe Zur Architects and Town Planners, Founder & Owner | Tel Aviv, Israel


Moshe Tzur, born in Tel Aviv, Israel in 1948.

Moshe studied in the Technion’s Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, completing each year with highest honors. In 1978, on his 30th birthday, he established his own firm. In 1985, Moshe joined the Technion’s faculty, and taught there for years, as an Associate Professor.

Over the years, Moshe has designed over 1,000 projects among them: The “Sarona Tower”, “Midtown Towers”, “Azrieli Town”, “Amot Atrium”, a new city “Harish” and hundreds of commercial, employment, residence and public buildings. Moshe won dozens awards among them 7 from Ctbuh.

Moshe has now worked on projects in 31 countries, from Brazil to Thailand and particularly in Europe where he is considered a leading international architect.
Moshe and his firm have had great success in pioneering projects for the integration of large-scale,…

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CTBUH Designated Expert


Regional Committee, Israel (2013 – Present)

Awards Façade Engineering Jury (2020; 2021)

Regional Committee, Israel, Board Member (2013 – Present)

Annual Conference, Presenter (Shanghai 2014; New York 2015)

Innovation Conference, Speaker (Chicago 2018; Shenzhen 2019; Chicago 2020)


31 May 2018

A ‘Building in Motion’ for a Dynamic City

The Azrieli Sarona Tower is both the first "twisted” and the tallest building in Israel. The substantial mass of the tower was carefully designed in...


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26 October 2015

Tel Aviv’s Midtown/Azrieli North Development as an Integrated Complex of Tower Urbanism

Moshe Tzur & Robert Oxman, Moshe Tzur Architects and Town Planners

Tel Aviv’s Midtown/Azrieli North Complex is the new hub of the northern central business district (CBD) that functions to connect the activity centers of the...


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16 September 2014

Diversity and Change in Vertical Urbanism

Moshe Tzur, Moshe Tzur Architects Urbanists; Robert Oxman, Technion Israel Institute of Technology

The living city is ideally composed of elements in an ecologically dynamic relationship with the urban environment. Environmental function measured over time constitutes a seminal...


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