A Forgotten Kibbutz Building Designed by Buckminster Fuller Holds a Lesson for Tel Aviv Architects

The housing projects and public structures of Israel's early decades were considered boring and ugly, and have been forgotten. But the story of one remarkable building could offer an alternative to Tel Aviv's glittery towers

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Beit Habanim, Kfar Menahem. An important work by one of the greatest architects of his time.
Beit Habanim, Kfar Menahem. An important work by one of the greatest architects of his time. Credit: Michael Jacobson
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Ziva Sternhell