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Miloslavsky Architects was founded in Safad in 1945 by architect Israel Dan Miloslavsky, and embraces three generations of architects. The history of the firm is interwoven within the history of the Hebrew settlement in the Land of Israel and the State of Israel, beginning with the British Mandate (through the War of Independence) until these current times. When Uri Miloslavsky, a graduate of the faculty of architecture at the Technion (Israel Institute of Technology), and his wife Leah, who was a structural engineer, joined the firm in 1968, the firm grew to become one of the leading firms in the northern region, which provides integrated architectural and engineering planning services.

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The Marker
The Marker
The Marker
High expectations – "Bein Arim" tower, the highest tower in the middle east.
An echo of education
An echo of education
An echo of education
A young wing in a longstanding school
The Marker
The Marker Real estate 2015
The Marker Real estate 2015
Tel Aviv's city engineer discusses the outline plan that is soon to be validated.
An interview for Cigar magazine
An interview for Cigar magazine
Amnon Schwartz, one of the planners of the first 100-floor building in Israel, in a personal interview.
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Pricing for residents
Pricing for residents