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Richard Kauffmann
Moshav Nahalal in the Jezreel Valley, designed by Kauffmann
Beit Aghion in Jerusalem, designed by Kauffmann, is the official residence of the Israeli Prime Minister

Richard Kauffmann (1887–1958) was a German-Jewish architect who immigrated to Palestine, known to Jews as Eretz Yisrael (the Land of Israel), in 1920. His architecture was influenced by Mies van der Rohe, a proponent of the International Style, and was applied to the local landscape, laying the architectural groundwork for the nascent State of Israel and the White City, as Tel Aviv's International Style architecture became known.<ref>The Influence of Bauhaus on Architecture in Early Palestine and Israel</ref>


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Richard Kauffmann
Moshav Nahalal in the Jezreel Valley, designed by Kauffmann
Beit Aghion in Jerusalem, designed by Kauffmann, is the official residence of the Israeli Prime Minister

Richard Kauffmann (1887–1958) was a German-Jewish architect who immigrated to Palestine, known to Jews as Eretz Yisrael (the Land of Israel), in 1920. His architecture was influenced by Mies van der Rohe, a proponent of the International Style, and was applied to the local landscape, laying the architectural groundwork for the nascent State of Israel and the White City, as Tel Aviv's International Style architecture became known.<ref>The Influence of Bauhaus on Architecture in Early Palestine and Israel</ref>


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