Young Tel Aviv's nod to Le Corbusier
92-year-old architect of the Doctors' House recalls his 1952 breakthrough project, which may face demolition.
Architect Moshe Kaufman, 92, still remembers the day in 1952 when he found out he had won the competition for planning the Doctors' House in Tel Aviv. He pulls an envelope out of a tidy folder. Inside is a note hastily scribbled in ink: "Moshe, mazel tov! You won the Doctors' House competition." The envelope was waiting for him outside his door. "It was so exciting," he says softly. It was...
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