Omer Architects, founded in 2003 by architect Ayelet Omer, is a firm with a unique focus on planning shared housing while maximizing construction rights. Ayelet Omer, a graduate of architectural studies in New York, began her career in the city, where she was involved in a diverse range of public and private projects of varying scales. These included shared residences in New York, airport terminals on the eastern coast of the United States, high-rise residential buildings, and office and commercial structures.
After her time in New York, Ayelet returned to Israel and became part of the planning team at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, working within the framework of architect Ada Carmi’s office. Subsequently, she spent over six years on the “Mercaz” regional committee, where she served as the head of the northern team. In this role, she gained extensive knowledge in national, regional, and municipal planning policies.
The Omer Architects office continues to specialize in shared housing planning, emphasizing enhancement and maximizing construction rights wherever possible. Since its establishment, the firm has planned numerous buildings in Herzliya, Ra’anana, Kfar Saba, and Hod HaSharon.