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Munio Weinraub

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Name  Munio Weinraub
Education  Bauhaus
Role  Architect
Children  Amos Gitai
Died  1970
Spouse  Efratia Margalit

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Grandchildren  Ben Gitai, Keren Gitai

Munio Weinraub (1909–1970) was an Israeli architect. Some 8,000 buildings around the country, including the Holocaust memorial at Yad Vashem and the central synagogue in Haifa are based on his designs.

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Biography

Munio Weinraub is an Israeli architect who studied at the Bauhaus school, with Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and later worked under him on numerous projects. He later immigrated to Palestine and opened an architecture office despite never completing his formal studies.

Personal life and Books

Weinraub died in 1970. In 1994 Richard Ingersoll published the book titled Munio Gitai Weinraub: Bauhaus architect in Eretz Israel. Centre Pompidou also released a book on Weinraub in 2001.

Weinraub's son is filmmaker Amos Gitai, whose 2012 documentary, Lullaby to My Father, is a tribute to Weinraub.

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Munio Weinraub Wikipedia


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