The sign shape is square but its head is designed according to the silhouette of the old building of the Gymnasia Herzliya, which serves as a logo of the Council for the Preservation of Heritage Sites in Israel
The house is also located as a stop on the Rishonim-route of the Borochov neighborhood Click for sign's details
The Schneiderman house was photographed on the day the sign was taken Click for a larger image Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Israeli Heritage Sites
Emblem of the Ministry of Culture and Sport
The emblem of the city of Givatayim
The home of David Schneiderman, a thinker and founder of the Borochov neighborhood, and his wife Malka, a member of the Second Aliyah.
The idea of establishing a working neighborhood that incorporates tiny auxiliaries and mutual commitment according to the values of the socialist movement sprouted in Schneiderman’s mind during World War I. In 1919, he brought together members of the Po’alei Zion party, and together they founded the "Borochov" workers’ neighborhood, which took possession of the land in 1922. The house is one of the few remains of the first 22 houses built in the Borochov neighborhood, from which the city of Givatayim grew.
The building was designed with classicist features and in front of it stucco decorations. The interior of the house is decorated with murals, Schneiderman’s crafts, which made a living as a sign painter, building paint and an artist of engraving.
After the death of David and Dora (his second wife) in the late 1960s, his children made the house available to the Givatayim municipality for the purpose of commemorating their parents, and as a continuation of David Schneiderman’s artistic activity.
The activity of the Art Institute for the sculpture, founded by the pair of artists, Hedwig and Rudy Lehman was transferred to the building.