By Arch. Tami Lerer
This book shows the 50 most impressive eclectic-style buildings constructed during 1920s in Tel-Aviv. Eclecticism was a worldwide phenomenon that borrowed elements from various styles and combined them, creating a new architectural language. Tel Aviv’s eclectic style is unique in that it seeks to express the nation’s longing for a new home.
Format: 261 pages, 16cm x 16cm (6.3″ x 6.3″), text and color photos, English, French, German and Hebrew
Publisher: Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv, 2013