Migdalei Aviv / Tel Aviv
Constructed in 1995, this complex brought tidings of an American-style modern city to Israel for the first time, stimulating the modern development of the area around Tel Aviv's old central bus station. The complex spreads over 70,000 sq. meters and includes three terraced buildings with 10, 14, and 18 floors, remarkable for their impressive style incorporating shades of green and copper. Architect Israel Godowitz created a form of dialogue between the residential complex and the old Beit Hadar that stands opposite, mirrored in the reflective glass walls that envelop the buildings.