Tel Aviv is the unique world capital of Bauhaus buildings. Bauhaus Architecture & Design can bee seen today all over the globe, from Bauhaus furniture to Bauhaus influenced paintings and prints. But the sheer number and quality of Bauhaus buildings in the ‘White City’ of Tel Aviv is unique.
The “White City” of Tel Aviv counts about 4000 buildings, around 2000 of them are protected under preservation law. This part of Tel Aviv was constructed mainly for the huge immigration wave in the 1930s, mostly German and European Jews escaping European fascism and German National Socialism.
The architects of the White City were strongly influenced by the big modernist (Bauhaus) masters such as: Walter Gropius, Hannes Meyer, Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Erich Mendelsohn etc.
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