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Goraly, Hemi, architect. Sun, stand still upon Gibeon: The new Gibeon-The solar Plexus. Desighn& Architecture quarterlt periodical. 8/99, p.39

Connection.  Sculpturing work connects us to the very sources of existence - nature, the surrounding materials, the landscape, wildlife, tradition, archeology, and above all, our own feeling.

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Suissa, Albert. The Rolling Stone. Jerusalem, All Sity. 8.5.98

Rolling Stones
The sculptor Or-nah Ran
On a clear summer morning, we went looking after the famous Jerusalem stone, to see what in it brings along so much dullness into our lives and oppresses our eyes. Or-nah Ran showed that stone is not passé yet. A journey on the traces of her sculpturing works.

By Albert Suissa. Photos by Orna Itamar.

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Solutions for architects, The Encyclopedia of Design and Architecture. 1999: 92-98

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Arad, Sharon Architect. In Architecture as in art spontaneity preferred. Architecture of Israel, no. 35. 1998

What did not survive the tests of nature are the several segments of the Arava Road, which crossed wadis – creekbeds dry throughout the summer months which fill suddenly with winter rain.

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Kroyanker, David Architect. Jerusalem, the story of a road the story of a town: The planning and developing of Menachem Begin boulevard 1930-1998. 1998: p. 153,166-76,183

The Rupin Promenade and the “Sabra Flower Ascent” Park

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Casuto, Nella. Woman Time: The Chagall Artists House. December of the Woman: Haifa, December 1996.

“A sculpture of local Jerusalem stone found by the artist. From it she drew a woman moments before giving birth. The woman lies naked, her belly round, she rests. Her neck is tight, her head is thrown back, her entire presence expressing readiness for the awesome moment about to come – the moment a child enters the world.

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Goraly, Hemi, Architect. Emotional strength in a noise wall. Itzuv, Design & Architecture quarterly periodical, No. 20, 3 / 94.

Mellawin” – Arabic word for “colorful, diverse”, “diverse” is the name that the workers who built it used to call it. A wall for protection against noise became a moving sculptural artwork.

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