Dov Carmy

Born in 1905 in Odesa, Ukraine. In 1921 made Aliya and studied art in "bezal'el" In 1925 went to Belgium and studied architecture and construction engineering in the high institution of engineering and applied art in Gent, till 1930. In 1928 he acquired some practical experience by participating in some projects given by the school in Gent. Returned to Israel 1930. During the years 1930-32 he worked with Meir Rubin in Jerusalem. In 1932 moved to Tel-Aviv and opened a new business with Zevi Barak. Also Peitelson and Meyuhas worked with them. Established a cooperative organization of architects during 1951-55. During 1955-62 he was a partner in the architects firm of Carmi-Metzner-Carmi. In 1957 he was awarded The Israel Award for designing the Building of administration and the Weiz Auditorium in the Hebrew University;, Givat Ram, Jerusalem. In that year he also got the Rokah Award for designing the Bank of Sahar Huz on Rothchild Blvd., Tel-Aviv.
Died in 1962.

Selected Projects: