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Messer’s guideline to planning philosophy is to create a place in which the connection between context (environment), people and spirit is paramount. This notion of place (“makom” – which also means “god” in Hebrew) is at the heart of the Jewish religion. These three elements are the foundation of the design concept in the process of creating “a place”.