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Synagogue planning and design

Synagogue design integrates practical and spiritual considerations, encompassing a spectrum of requirements: Adherence to standards, observance of Halacha and tradition, budget constraints, timelines, and more.

Our commitment goes beyond providing products; we extend our expertise to guide you through decision-making processes and navigate conflicts inherent in building and renovating synagogues. From the initial dream stage to design, engineering, creation, and installation, we stand by your side every step of the way.

Our Work Process

A personalized support system, ensuring an exact match.


Characterization & Coordination

We’ll pose key questions to find the best solution for you and assist you in formulating the answers. This crucial step taps into our extensive experience of furnishing thousands of synagogues, offering valuable insights as to launch your project.



We’ll use the input you provide to create guidelines for our design team, and based on them, the products will be designed and presented for your approval. For seating systems, we’ll suggest the optimal layout using cutting-edge architectural software.



After finalizing the design, our 3D models move to the engineering department, where they are transformed into detailed production files for machines and blueprints for carpenters. If needed, our engineers will also conduct precise measurements at your synagogue or yeshiva.



After locking in production approvals (drawings, files, and all engineering specifics), we order raw materials and transition the project to our production department.

The Production Planning and Control team takes charge, guaranteeing timely material procurement and ensuring each item arrives punctually, meeting the quality standards for every stage of production.



The final stage involves installing the project in the synagogue or yeshiva. And there you have it—a dream realized.

We’re consistently thrilled by the reactions from donors, gabba’im, designers, and congregation members, as well as voice messages from customers, which audibly relay their genuine emotion more powerfully than a thousand words ever could.