The 1930’s interior design schools were among the first of their kind in Israel and the country’s history has been marked by the countrys most notable interiors.
At the time, these schools were the largest in the country, with more than 150 graduates and a high concentration of architects.
These students had to develop their own ideas and techniques for designing interiors, which included a wide range of materials, fabrics, materials and techniques.
Some of the most famous of these students were the late designer David Breslauer and his students, who were also pioneers of the interiors industry.
In the 1950s, the Israeli interior design community had its heyday.
After a decade of the building boom, the country had become a leader in interior design.
In 1948, Prime Minister Menachem Begin began a program to create and foster a new kind of interior design called “New Urbanism,” which was a response to the rising unemployment of young people in the Jewish State.
This new design approach was to design and build an integrated city that was based on the principles of the Israeli Civil Service.
This program, which was called “urbanism,” was a major turning point in Israeli design and construction.
Today, many of the schools and graduates of these interiors still hold important roles in the architecture and interior design fields today.
They have been influential in shaping the way in which Israeli cities have been constructed.
This article is part of a series on interiors that will be published in the next issue of The Jerusalem Times Magazine.
The title of this article is “The 1930s interior designers.”