Ram Karmi (Hebrew: רם כרמי‎; 1931 – 11 April 2013) was a leading Israeli architect. He was head of the Tel Aviv-based Ram Karmi Architects company, and is known for his Brutalist style.

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  • Ram Karmi (Hebrew: רם כרמי‎; 1931 – 11 April 2013) was a leading Israeli architect. He was head of the Tel Aviv-based Ram Karmi Architects company, and is known for his Brutalist style. (en)
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  • Ram Karmi (Hebrew: רם כרמי‎; 1931 – 11 April 2013) was a leading Israeli architect. He was head of the Tel Aviv-based Ram Karmi Architects company, and is known for his Brutalist style. (en)
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