A room with a view of Israel of old
Buildings in Kibbutz Nir David present an unfamiliar side of the work of the pioneering Israeli architect Zeev Rechter.
Kibbutz Nir David, in the Beit She'an Valley, offers visitors a bit of pastoral tranquility comparable to any Swiss summer resort. A group of frolicking children accompanied by a teacher and a puppy crosses a bridge over the Hasi stream, a tributary of the Sakhne River. It flows from Mount Gilboa, which looms over the green expanses and red-roofed homes of the kibbutz. This turquoise stream, which once emptied...
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