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T+L's Definitive Guide to Tel Aviv

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Bauhaus Tel Aviv

Thanks to a wave of German Jewish immigration in the 1930’s, the city is a hotbed of Bauhaus design.

Bauhaus Center: A split-level boutique and gallery, the center stocks books and home accessories from both Israel and abroad.

Bauhaus Tel Aviv Museum: Owned by cosmetics heir Ronald Lauder, this private museum features a collection of furniture and design pieces by seminal masters such as Marcel Breuer and Mies van der Rohe.

Open House Tel Aviv: Every May, architecture aficionados get insider access to hundreds of Bauhaus private homes, museums, and institutions.

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