Ruth Meghiddo was invited by Stavi Architects of San Francisco to be Artist in Residence for the design of a 30,000 square foot office of the Coudert Brothers Law Firm at the Cannery.
Conference Room 1
Conference Room 2
Conference Room 3
Ruth Meghiddo was commissioned to design a “wrap around” of a new theater/restaurant in downtown Long Beach. The building served previously as a Bank of America branch, having a large vault in its basement, hence its name. The wrapping was conceived in perforated stainless steel wand LED lighting, to soften the building’s monumental presence.
View towards 4th Street
View along Pine Avenue
Two installations at the Walker Building by Ruth.
Commissioned by the City of Long Beach’s First Council, this built magnolia is a prototype for thirty magnolias to be hung on street posts along Magnolia Avenue as a street identifier.
At the fafrication shop
Magnolia on Magnolia Ave.
This sculpture designed by Ruth Meghiddo was first installed by the Enav Center atjacent to Tel Aviv’s City Hall. it was subsequently reinstalled by the senior housing building in Jaffa.
Installing the Windmill
By the senior housing buildingin Jaffa
Finalist artwork to commemorate Signal Hill. The steel sculpture had three components: Raising Smoke, relating to the signals send by local Indians; Oil Derrick, to remind the oil discovery during the 1920’s; and The Hut, as a symbol of habitat by the indigenous population.
Rendering – General View
View from the Derrick