Architect Goshen is one of Israel’s leading architects, responsible for numerous major projects, covering almost every aspect of planning and design. Among the better-known buildings is the Hashalon railway station in Tel Aviv. Architect Goshen writes regularly on architecture and design, and sits at various professional and public committees. Since returning to teaching, he is a professor at Shenkar School of Design and Engineering. After buying a 13th century estate near Lucca, Tuscany, he is currently working with a few Italian companies developing products designed by him.