Sculpting and Landscape Design

Maty Hod Architecture and Engineering designs locations and sculptural elements that emanate an atmosphere of recreation, relaxation, aesthetics and harmony with the view and environment, ultimately making any visit to the location more enjoyable.

The office has planned, designed and executed statues and sculptured playgrounds made of or integrated with cement and other materials.

The whale sculpture, which was planned within the Zevulun park, on the Kiryat Yam shore, was built and executed by the office's own staff.

The dragon sculpture was built as part of a development project for a primary schoolyard at the Leo Baeck School in Haifa, Intended to serve both school and community.

Office activities have included planning and designing of Park Zevulun in Kiryat Yam, which included a seashore promenade with a water channel system, aqueduct, pools and fountains, and often accommodates gatherings of countless visitors.

Event Gardens and halls: The Tamara gardens and halls in the Galilee, Habe’er in Zikhron Ya'akov, Achuzat Panorama and Agadat Desheh near Pardess Chana.

The office also designed signs for tourism sites and unique street elements for the villages of Kama and Tavor as well as Kiryat Shmona.