Yuval Yasky presents the kibbutz as a radical alternative to familiar types of human settlement. Ever since its early days, the kibbutz was conceived as a hybrid between rural and urban typologies in an attempt to eliminate the disadvantages of both types – the primitive conservatism of village life and the capitalist exploitation of the proletariat in the city – while enjoying their benefits – the physical health of rural life along with the spiritual and cultural health of civil urban society. This hybrid developed into a distinct settlement typology within which new building typologies were invented.
This lecture is part of the Learning from… series.
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