There's nothing wrong with being rich
After five decades in the profession, 'exclusive' architect Moshe Tzur has no compunction about arguing with his wealthy clients over what he sees as proper urban design.
In the evening of the last day of 2012, strong searchlights penetrated the Tel Aviv sky. They moved in circles, illuminating the surrounding high-rises and passing clouds. The lights were coming out of an empty lot lined with colorful posters. Bright bulbs were hung on the wall of a nearby building intended for demolition, in the form of the letter "M," for the Midtown Tel Aviv project. Though closer...
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