Horwitz’s masterplan corresponding to the changing conditions of the growing Tel Aviv in the 1950s sparked both positive and negative consequences. With original intentionality to distinguish and demolish the classist segregation occurring between north and south of the city, the …

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Following the initial establishment of the Central Bus station, the opposition that has developed through the narratives of the town planners and Arie Ritz created immediate impact upon a nearby district Neve Sha’anan.  Originally a residential district for low income …

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As we could see in previous passages that unbalanced planning and development occurred continuously across the years since planning departments in Tel Aviv kept on developing policies for the urban social sectors that had already benefitted in previous development plans. …

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The author of the article is from the Technion- Israel Institute of Technology. In her article, she introduced typical Tel-Aviv houses and its subsequent urbanscape created by the Geddes plan in 1925. She also mentioned about improved architecture practice brought …

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