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Tamir Horesh

Tamir is the Head of Palram Projects. He strongly believes that great solutions are achieved through passion for innovation and creativity.

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The Importance of Understanding Solar Properties in Architecture

By Tamir Horesh | May 21, 2020
Allowing natural daylight into a building is a growing trend in today’s architecture. We all know...
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High-end polycarbonate design in Future Africa Innovation Campus

By Tamir Horesh | April 13, 2020
The University of Pretoria is one of South Africa's multi-campus public research universities.   In...
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A puzzle of SUNLITE panels at VTB Arena, Moscow

By Tamir Horesh | March 11, 2020
Thousands of colorful multiwall polycarbonate pieces create a cladding masterpiece. The $1.5...
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Irish Icon Reinvents Spectator Comfort and Excitement

By Tamir Horesh | January 22, 2020
Acclaimed $457 Million Aviva Stadium Wows Soccer and Rugby Fans Under a Spectacular Corrugated...
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SUNPAL® stadium roof, Hangzhou Sports Park, Hangzhou, China

By Tamir Horesh | November 25, 2019
As China’s largest stadium project this decade, the new 400,000 square-meter HangzhouSports Park...
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5 Lessons on the Art of Successful Project Delivery

By Tamir Horesh | August 20, 2019
Architects Should Expect Far More from Building Product Manufacturers The centerpiece to the $530...
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SUNPAL Skylight at the Ringwood Aquanation Centre in Melbourne, Australia

By Tamir Horesh | June 27, 2019
Swimmers in the recently completed Aquanation leisure facility in Melbourne are enjoying the...
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SUNLITE® Roof, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia

By Tamir Horesh | January 28, 2019
Purpose-built in 1999 for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, ANZ Stadium has hosted thousands of...
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Handy Comparison between Polycarbonate and Glass

By Tamir Horesh | December 12, 2018
Deciding whether to use glass or polycarbonate is about more than just aesthetics. While...
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The Standing Seam Polycarbonate Roofing System at the Garruankilla Farmer’s Market

By Tamir Horesh | October 21, 2018
As part of the Ennis Market Rejuvenation Project in County Clare Ireland, which aims to modernize...
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