"B'NE BEITCHA" / 2006
B'ne Beitcha is an Israeli government policy introduced during the 1960s, which allocates land for building private homes planned by their future residents.
This project is a construction game, inspired by a wooden construction game made in China. The parts of the game enable participants to construct an architectural structure. Some of the parts have Ottoman construction characteristics, which were popular in Arab settlements prior to the establishment of Israel. The design of these parts is based on observation and documentation of abandoned structures, known as hirbot, found in farmland along the Israeli coastal plain coast, from Yad Mordechai to Neta'im.