BoND was founded by Noam Dvir and Daniel Rauchwerger - partners in work and life - in 2014. Coming from a background of journalism and writing, the duo’s work is focused on architecture, media, and cultural analysis. Projects in the studio often begin in the virtual realm - ideas, visions, and writing - and transform into design strategy and execution.

Notable projects include exhibition and environmental design for Harvard University, Library and Archives Canada, bespoke residential projects in New York and Tel Aviv, and office interiors.


Noam Dvir, 36, is an architect, urban designer and architectural writer. As Director of Architecture at Dror Studio - an award-winning architecture and design firm based out of Chelsea, New York - Noam leads a team of designers and architects working on projects from furniture design to masterplans.

Before joining Dror, Noam worked as a project architect at OMA NY, where he led the design of a new Jewish Civic Center in Upper East Side, Manhattan, and a 2M sf mixed-use project in Downtown Vancouver. Prior to that, Noam worked as an architect at Moshe Safdie Architects.

Noam has over 15 years of experience in Journalism, working in radio, television and print in Israel and abroad. His most recent permanent position was a staff writer in the noted Haaretz newspaper, where he covered architecture. In recent years Noam has contributed articles to Surface Magazine and Art in America. He holds a Masters in Urban Design from Harvard University and a B.Arch from Tel Aviv University.


Daniel Rauchwerger, 31, is an architect specializing in the creative direction of spaces for art, research, and fashion. His work includes a wide range of projects designing exhibitions, environments, and buildings.

Daniel was the Art Correspondent for the Haaretz newspaper for 3 years, where he covered both local and international art affairs. Notable articles include interviews with Marina Abramović, Peter Greenaway, Bill Viola and Michal Rovner. Daniel has also contributed to Harper's Bazaar and Harvard Design Magazine.

Daniel earned his Master of Design (MDes) from Harvard Graduate School of Design and Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) from Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem. Daniel is currently based in New York and works as an architect at OMA NY since 2015.