Saturday, 8 November 2008
Its rare for the British media to talk about Israel in a non-political sense. The Financial Times have just published a cool article about the eclectic architecture of 'the Mediterranean capital of cool.'
Widely overlooked between Tel Aviv's Bauhaus White City and glass skyscrapers, eclectic architecture is very prominent in the southern side of the city, including Neve Tzedek, and interesting real estate in restored eclectic buildings is in greater demand than Bauhaus.
If you're in Tel Aviv, be sure to keep an eye out for this mix of architectural styles from the early 20th century.
Find the full article here
Be cool in Israel