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Sign-O-Pedia: Yechiel Abrahamy

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Engineer, Architect

Born in Kaminka, Ukraine (1901-1998) under the name Yechiel Beklinik, immigrated to Israel in 1917.
At first he lived in Jerusalem and later moved to Tel Aviv. He studied civil engineering in Cannes, France (graduated in 1932).
He opened an office on Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv with his brother Dov Abrahamy. When they parted ways, he moved to work for Amidar and was responsible for the construction of buildings in Be’er Sheva and Dimona until his retirement. Was a member of the Society of Engineers.
Note: The details were provided by his daughter Etty Abrahamy

A picture of Yechiel Abrahamy in his youth, courtesy of the family Click for a larger image

A well-known building designed by Abrahamy is located at 149 Dizengoff Street in Tel Aviv, also known as the Perlmutter House. Although this building has undergone a process of preservation no sign indicating this has been found on it. The building was photographed in 2021 Click for a larger image

The buildings in the site designed by Yechiel Abrahamy
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