"In 1965, Israel was barely 17 years old," Snyder says. "Teddy Kollek had barely become Jerusalem’s mayor, and was determined to see it become a modern western capital like the great cultural capitals of Europe, and opening the Israel Museum that year was part of his vision."  This is What Design Looked Like in Israel in 1965 by Allie Weiss from Best of #ModernMonday: What Makes a Building Iconic?