Moshe Victor Keinig, Architect

Moshe Victor Keinig is a semi-retired Israeli born architect.  He grew up in Haifa and developed a love for its post-war construction.  His career focus was based on this love, as a landscape historical architect with finding a niche in the details of local Arab and Israeli design specifications.
When Keinig was born, much of the landscape around him was being developed simultaneously.  Following the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948, there was mass Jewish immigration to Haifa and building needed to be completed fast.  When he was just 10 years old, he was witness to the mass development of areas such as Kiryat Eliezer, Kiryat Hayim and Kiryat Sprinzak – right on his doorstep.  From that young age, he developed a fascination with construction, landscape and architecture.
Keining was able to create for himself a thriving landscape development career and today still dabbles in architecture.  He has also recently taken up sketching and watercolor painting.