Born in Jaffa, Israel (1910-1955). He studied architecture at the Technion and later in Beirut, Lebanon. He specialized in the Bauhaus style he studied in Dessau, Germany. Many works were done with his partner the engineer Elisha Shimshoni. In the early 1940s he emigrated to the United States where he continued to work. After the establishment of the State of Israel, despite his residence in the United States, he was involved in a number of projects in Israel.
The buildings in the site designed by Yosef Kashdan