Since its foundation, Gil Even-Tsur’s Architecture Workshop has developed a diverse body of work including residential, cultural & commercial buildings both in the US and abroad.
Prior to establishing his Architecture Workshop in New York, Gil worked at the office of Pritzker Award recipient, architect Richard Meier.
During his nine years at Richard Meier & Partners, Gil led numerous outstanding projects.
Most notable is the design for the AIA prize-winning condominium, 165 Charles Street located in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village.
Gil also served as a project architect of the luxury residential tower ‘Meier on Rothschild’ in the center of the White City of Tel Aviv, Israel.
He is currently an adjunct professor at the New York Institute of Technology School of Architecture and Design and frequently acts as a visiting critic at City College School of Architecture, Pratt Institute, and the Cooper Union.
Recently, Gil’s Architecture Workshop was selected as finalist in an international competition to design the Israel National Library, and has completed the outstanding olive oil museum in
Gil Even-Tsur AIA, Is a registered architect in the states of New York and Israel