Many articles have been written on the canonical status of exposed concrete in Israeli architecture and the connection between architectural theory and the building of Eretz Yisrael. The hegemony of exposed concrete as the ultimate building material has waned due to the ideological transformations that have taken place in Israeli society in recent decades. In his 1995 article, “Whitewashed Concrete in Amal” (1), architect Sharon Rotbard writes: “Concrete is no longer what it used to be – the vast knowledge accumulated here during the 1950s and 1960s has been lost and there is no one left to make us exposed concrete, even if we really want to.”
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