The late architect Marian Grynhaus was a member of the “Association of Architects” – a co-operative of architects founded by the architect Ram Carmi in which he hoped to express social humanism and act in the spirit of the model understood by Walter Gropius, believing he asked the building to be a personal expression of its creator. Marian Grynhaus, Yitzhak Moshe Lebkowitz, Zvi Meltzer, Malkiel Kotlowitz and Yitzhak Yashar.
When the project ended, Grynhaus traveled abroad for five years and when he returned in 1960, he established an independent office – Grynhaus Architects which exists to this day and is managed by his son – architect Danny Grynhaus.