Born in Jaffa (Tel Aviv) (1893-1973). A descendant of the well-known Chelouche family (Aharon Chelouche is one of the leaders of the Sephardic community in Jaffa and one of the founders of the Neve Tzedek neighborhood). Studied architecture in France (Paris) and Switzerland. After graduating, he returned to Israel (1928). Zaki Chelouche designed Art Deco and international buildings (Bauhaus) that then dominated Tel Aviv In addition to the buildings he designed, he was also involved in public activities, a member of the Tel Aviv Municipality’s city building committee, and was one of the founders of the society of engineers and architects in Eretz Israel.
The buildings in the site designed by Zaki Chelouche