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The German born architect Richard Kauffmann emigrated to Palestine in 1920. He designed and developed many new Jewish settlements in a new version of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s “International Style”, named after the new city Tel-Aviv.
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Richard Kauffmann, Leo Baeck Institute, F 646.
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