el.em studio is a Tel-Aviv based architecture practice run by Liran Messer. The studio realizes projects of diverse scales and types: from a light fixture to an appartment interior, from art installations and pavilions to landscapes.

Liran studied architecture at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem, Beuth Hochschule in Berlin and Waseda University in Tokyo. His thesis project: ‘Five Possible Homes: Tryouts On Living In The City’ explores the architecture of households in the city and has won the Archiprix 2019 /  Hunter Douglas award (together with Stav Dror). 

Liran is Leading a design studio at the department of architecture at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem and is a returning guest critique. Currently persuing a Masters degree in the History and Philosophy of Sciences and Ideas at the Cohn institute at Tel-Aviv university his main interests include material culture, digital culture and philosophy of technology.

Competitions & Awards

winner - Archiprix International / Hunter Douglas Awards 2019 for the ‘Five Possible Homes: Tryouts on Living in the City’ (with Stav Dror)

winner - The Home Competition 2018, Adaptability Award for the ‘Not-For-long-Home’
(with Stav Dror)

nominated  - David Azrieli Prize for graduation project 2017

(with Stav Dror)

shortlisted - Monte D'oiro wine tasting room, international competition 

shortlisted - Concentrico 09, international competition

shortlisted  - Vale De Moses Meditation Cabins, international competition 

participant - Ethiopian Satellite Preschools, international competition

(with Barak Mizrahi)

לירן מסר




   לירן מסר ⒸLiran messer