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Tag: Richard Kauffmann

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Architect, Urban planner

Born in Frankfurt, Germany (1887-1958), immigrated to Israel in 1920.
Kauffmann, who was educated in Germany, was asked to prepare master plans for agricultural and urban settlements by Arthur Ruppin, director of the agency’s settlement department, and immigrated to Israel following this request.
He planned dozens of kibbutzim and moshavim, including: Ein Harod and Nahalal , and cities like Ramat Gan | 1995 | And Herzliya as well as the neighborhoods of Rehavia and Kiryat Moshe in Jerusalem.
Kauffmannalso also planned the Levant Fair exhibition in 1934 and also a number of boothssuch as Totzeret Haaretz Palace And the British Thomson Houston Pavilion

The buildings in the site designed by Richard Kauffmann
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