Tel Aviv, Israel
In the early 1930s many German-Jewish architects fled to Tel Aviv after Hitler closed down the Berlin-based school. Adapting Bauhaus principles to suit the scorching Middle Eastern sun, the set constructed more than 4,000 buildings using neutral plaster, curbed exteriors and long, narrow balconies. Hotel Montefiore favours the pared-back aesthetic with its monochrome colour scheme, while the cowhide is a playful take on Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona chair.
Montefiore Street 36, Tel Aviv-Yafo, 6516403, Israel