David Moëd

David Moëd

Born Antwerp 1902 – Died Israel 1990

Known for his Modernist residential apartment blocks in Antwerp, Belgium built in the interwar years, a contemporary of Natan Kaplansky.

Together with his wife Shifra and children, Leon, Peniel and Pnina he escaped racial persecution as Germany invaded Belgium in May 1940. The family eventually found refuge in the US

Three further generations of his family became architects, Leon and now Leon’s grandson Eric

Buildings of note:

House Van Eycklei 13, Antwerp

Consciencestraat, Antwerp

Belgielei, Antwerp

For further reading:

Casa do Pasal 

My Family’s Story

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