Israel as a Modern Architectural Experimental Lab, 19481978

Anat Geva (Hrsg.), Inbal Ben-Asher Gitler (Hrsg.)

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This collection discusses the innovative and experimental architecture of Israel during its first three decades following the nation’s establishment in 1948. Written by leading researchers, the volume highlights new perspectives on the topic, discussing the inception, modernization and habitation of historic and lesser-researched areas alike in its interrogation. Inbal Ben-Asher Gitler and Anat Geva show how Israeli nation building, in its cultural, political and historical contexts, constituted an exceptional experiment in modern architecture. Examples include modern experiments in mass housing design; public architecture such as exhibition spaces, youth villages and synagogues; a necessary consideration of climate in modern architectural experiments; and the exportation of Israeli modern architecture to other countries.

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locality, Knesset, experimentation, The Israel Museum, experiment, immigration, Bruno Zevi, Italian architecture, rural design, Sierra Leone Parliament, founding, immigrants, The West Bank, Judaism, Kibbutz, urban design, Climatic Architectural Design, Negev Desert, Hatzor HaGlilit, Israel, synagogue, Shmuel Bickels, Genia Averbuch, Middle East, planning lab, public architecture, The Dead Sea, Jewish, the Israeli Center for Technological Awareness