Tel Aviv – also known as The White City – has over 4,000 Bauhaus buildings, built in the 1930s. They were designed by Jewish, German architects leaving to avoid the rise of the Nazis. Unfortunately most of the Bauhaus buildings’ features were very inappropriate for the baking heat of Israel as can be seen here at the Goethe Institute. Plaster, paint and tiles used to face the buildings all fall off.
The amazing curved rusting skeleton is the Design Museum in Holon created by architect Ron Arad.
The rest of the photos are a glimpse of over 1000 shots taken in and around Tel Aviv.
See more architectural photographs of Tel Aviv Museum of Art.