‘In Tel Aviv people live life at 100 per cent’
The white Bauhaus city is in the Financial Times !
French architect and Designer Charles Zana shares his favorites haunts in the city of Bauhaus.
Here is a peek at a part of the article:
Tel Aviv is known as the White City because of its Bauhaus-inspired white concrete and steel buildings. Many of the great Bauhaus architects, including Arieh Sharon and Shlomo Bernstein, fled the Nazis in the ’30s and landed here; the Bauhaus quarter – where many of these buildings are concentrated – was named a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2003 and it’s one of the largest collections of this architectural style anywhere in the world. The best place to find books and gifts on the subject is at the shop in The Bauhaus Center.
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