Truman Institute

Winner of first prize in an architectural competition in collaboration with architect Aryeh Riskin.
A multi-purpose building that served as the Harry S. Truman Center for the Advancement of Peace.
The building contains halls for lectures, conferences, a library, administration, a cafeteria and study rooms of a total floor area of about 3,000 constructed square meters.
The Truman Center was the first building of the Hebrew University on Mount Scopus.

Status: Completed
Year: 1965
Location: Jerusalem
Type: Public
Client: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Architects: Arik Riskin and Gerson Ankstein
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