The Daniel Marcus Rowing Center

Process photography plays an important role in the construction of public buildings. It documents history, is a tool for engineers and planners

and is also used for insurance purposes in the event of delays or building flaws.

 

The Daniel Marcus Rowing Center, named after the late Daniel Amichai Marcus, is an olympic facility and center for rowing and nautical studies

located on the northern banks of the Yarkon River in Tel Aviv.

 

The unique 1,600-square-meter building, resembling the shape of an upturned boat, was designed by the architect Ulrich Plesner

 

What you see here is a timeline of the construction process over a period of seven years,, from 1995 to 2002.