Another view: Bauhaus


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Tel Aviv is also widely known as the “White City” referring to over 4,000 buildings built by German Jewish architects upon their arrival after the rise of Nazi empire in Germany. Bauhaus was originally a German school of design and works on principles that in the 1930’s were extremely forward thinking and modern. In essence, it fused art and design into a new and less decorative style with a political agenda. The social principles that encapsulate Bauhaus design promote equality. This can be seen through the planning of each urban space as shared, with communal gardens and kindergarten, post offices and convenience store.

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