Jonathan Cohen's photos with the architecture

Monastic Minimalism – El-Muraqa Monastery, Daliyat al-Karmel, Israel

Monastic Minimalism – El-Muraqa Monastery, Daliyat al-Karmel, Israel
The highest point on Mount Carmel is the place of "sacrifice" or "burning" (El Muraqa), where – according to the Bible – the prophet Elijah challenged the prophets of Baal (1 Kings 18:20-40). The site is marked by a monastery of the Roman Catholic Carmeli…
Added on June 23, 2018

Balcon – Sderot Ben Gurion, German Colony, Haifa, Israel

Balcon – Sderot Ben Gurion, German Colony, Haifa, Israel
Added on May  4, 2018

Old Templars' House – Sderot Ben Gurion, German Colony, Haifa, Israel

Old Templars' House – Sderot Ben Gurion, German Colony, Haifa, Israel
Added on May  4, 2018

Al Rayan Patio Sign – Sderot Ben Gurion, German Colony, Haifa, Israel

Al Rayan Patio Sign – Sderot Ben Gurion, German Colony, Haifa, Israel
Added on May  4, 2018

Sderot Ben Gurion 46 – German Colony, Haifa, Israel

Sderot Ben Gurion 46 – German Colony, Haifa, Israel
The German Templers arrived in the Holy Land in 1868, inspired by religious fervor. Of the seven colonies that they were to establish in the Holy Land, the Haifa colony (est. 1869) was the first and became the largest and most important. It was also the f…
Added on May  4, 2018

Mona at 50% Off – Gefen Street, German Colony, Haifa, Israel

Mona at 50% Off – Gefen Street, German Colony, Haifa, Israel
Added on May  3, 2018

A House on a Slope – Gefen Street, German Colony, Haifa, Israel

A House on a Slope – Gefen Street, German Colony, Haifa, Israel
Added on May  2, 2018

Tzvi Harel's "House on the Boardwalk," Take #2 – Retsif Herbert Samuel at Trumpledor Street, Tel Aviv, Israel

Tzvi Harel's "House on the Boardwalk," Take #2 – Retsif Herbert Samuel at Trumpledor Street, Tel Aviv, Israel
Tel Aviv University Prof. Tzvi Harel, the good-natured architect who designed this post-modernist gravity-defying seaside apartment house, says that he is "proud of being insulted about it. I believe humor and criticism in architecture is very important."…
Added on March 31, 2018

Tzvi Harel's "House on the Boardwalk," Take #1 – Retsif Herbert Samuel at Trumpledor Street, Tel Aviv, Israel

Tzvi Harel's "House on the Boardwalk," Take #1 – Retsif Herbert Samuel at Trumpledor Street, Tel Aviv, Israel
Tel Aviv University Prof. Tzvi Harel, the good-natured architect who designed this post-modernist gravity-defying seaside apartment house, says that he is "proud of being insulted about it. I believe humor and criticism in architecture is very important."…
Added on March 31, 2018

Guttel-Levine House – Moriya Boulevard, Haifa, Israel

Guttel-Levine House – Moriya Boulevard, Haifa, Israel
While Tel Aviv’s White City has been awarded the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site for its International Style architecture and the municipality has taken advantage of this by establishing a visitors’ center and tour of the cluster of Bauhaus buildings…
Added on March 26, 2018