Winter Architects is a recognized architectural leader in designing for public, private and commercial sectors. Our vision, to enhance built environments in order to lift the human spirit, is evident in the diverse and notable designs that our firm consistently produces.

Our clients are institutions or government entities, buildings companies and private clients.

Established in 1983, Winter Architects is an award-winning firm that provides master planning and architectural design for hospitals, nursing homes, schools and governmental projects, office buildings, housing, and private homes.


Ariel Winter, the firm's owner, has a B.Arch. in Architecture from the Technion in Haifa, and a M.Sc. in Architecture from IIT in Chicago, USA. He has extensive experience in architectural design both in the USA and in Israel.

Among our clients are: Rubin Itzhak Building Co., Rozen Building Co., S.H.A.P. Building Co., Mario Laznik Co., Tedhar; Rotem-Shani, Elrom Ezra and the Ministry of Health. Recommendations are available by request.

Service is provided in Hebrew, Spanish, English, Italian and French.


The firm has won various competitions, which include:

  • Woman's Army Corps' House (HEN), Herzelia - 12,000 sq/m - First Prize
  • Holocaust Study Center, Haifa - First Prize
  • Center of Ashdod - Fifth Prize



The firm's numerous projects include:

Public Buildings

  • Lev Hasharon Psychiatric Hospital, Pardesia
  • - 15,000 sq/m

  • Gilboa Nursing Home, Givatayim - 2,000 sq/m

  • Shopping Malls and Hotels

  • La Mamunia Mall, Ashdod - 10,000 sq/m
  • Star Mall, Herzelia - 5,000 sq/m

    Urban Design, Housing and Private Buildings

  • Town of Tekoa - 250 houses, public buildings and a shopping mall
  • Nophia Neighborhood, Alphei Menashe - 30 houses
  • Kibush Avoda Neighborhood, Herzelia - 100 apartments
  • Panorama Neighborhood, Herzelia - 250 apartments
  • Shoham - 60 houses
  • Apartments buildings in Ramat Hasharon, Ra'anana, Herzelia, Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv, and Kfar Saba
    • Private homes in Tel Aviv, Savyon, Ramat Hasharon, and Herzelia


    • Urban Renewal in Be'er Sheva
    • Urban Renewal in Herzliya
    • Urban Renewal in Ramat-Hasaron