This week, Farrow was in Israel leading workshops with large physical models, for the design of the expansion of 15 acre Herzog Medical Centre campus. 

The campus includes new parks, gardens, paths, restaurants, daycare, a mix of health facilities including 500 new beds edging and cascading into the Jerusalem forest valley. 

The property also contains important archeological remains included the 2,500 year old Roman gate house and original main Roman road leading to the ancient city. 

This is Farrow’s third major campus design in Israel and adds to the firm’s expanding health and knowledge design portfolio in the region, in Europe, and Canada.