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1.
The Yafe Nof Neighborhood and Bella Vista Hotel
Meeting place: behind the Paz gas station across from 6 Kaufmann St.
Friday, May 27th, 17:30  
House for reservation
A tour with the architect and Jaffa historian, Shmuel Giller, who will recount the story of this Jewish neighborhood in Jaffa that was founded in 1888. Unlike nearby and overcrowded Neve Tzedek, the homes in Yafe Nof had ample space between them as well as large courtyards. The neighborhood had a hospital, public baths and hot springs, and a number of hotels. The Bella Vista Hotel that was built in Yafe Nof in 1904 was the most elegant in the country and hosted tourists and affluent locals who came to enjoy the hot springs, play billiards and listen to concerts on the hotel`s balcony that overlooked the Mediterranean. The hotel, together with the entire neighborhood, was destroyed during the War of Independence, and their ruins became the foundation on which Charles Clore Park was later established. The tour will next end to Goldman`s Court.
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 50 participants.
 
 
2.
Tel Aviv from the 42nd Floor
36 Rothschild Blvd.
Thursday, May 26th, 15:00, 15:30, 16:00 and 16:30  
Accessabile Tour
Architects: Richard Meier & Partners Architects, BLK Architects, 2016
Guided tours at the posh and iconic Meier on Rothschild Tower, with its 42 floors, which was designed by the renowned architect and recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, Richard Meier. The tours will include a short film about the tower`s architectural concept, a visit in the penthouse apartment, which offers a breathtaking view of the city, and in the common areas of the building: the semi-Olympic pool, spa, Jacuzzi, gym, wine cellar, and lobby that features changing art exhibitions. The tours will also talk about the operational aspects of managing an upscale tower in the 21st century, with 24/7 concierge services, 6 parking and storage floors, 5 express elevators and more.
4 tours for the first 25 people in line. Reservations not required.
 
 
3.
A White Villa
25 Ben Zion Blvd.
Thursday, May 26th, 11:00;   Thursday, May 26th, 12:00;   Thursday, May 26th, 13:00;   Friday, May 27th, 11:00;   Friday, May 27th, 12:00;   Friday, May 27th, 13:00;   Saturday, May 28th, 11:00;   Saturday, May 28th, 12:00;   Saturday, May 28th, 13:00;  
House for reservation
Architect: Shmuel (Sam) Barkai, 1948; Preservation and added wings architect: Bar Orian Architects Ltd.; Interior architecture: Stefano Dorata, 2016
Guided tours at this modernist urban villa built as a residence for the Zilberstein family, and now one of the few still remaining in the city. The villa recently underwent renovation and preservation to convert it into an urban boutique hotel – called White Villa Tel Aviv. Many of the original architectural features were preserved, including: the entranceway and imposing staircase, the large balcony facing the boulevard, the library, and built decorative elements in the rooms and corridors.
Reservations are required for all 9 tours; each is limited to 10 participants.
 
 
4.
The French Ambassador`s Residence
1 Toulouse St., Ajami, Jaffa
Friday, May 27th, 9:30-12:30; the tour in French will be held at 10:00.  
House for reservation
Architect: Yitzhak Rappaport, 1936
A visit in the public areas of one of the most distinctive homes in the city - a spacious villa built in the International Style in the 1930`s. It was commissioned by Muhammed el-Rachim (Abu Hassan), who was a prominent resident of Jaffa in the early part of the 20th century. It was designed by the architect Yitzhak Rappaport, a personal friend of Abu Hassan, who was asked to design the interior in an Oriental style. Reflecting the spirit of the period, the villa was designed as a totality, namely as a whole and meticulous creation that incorporated all the furnishings and finishing details. The house still contains original Art Deco furniture, items made by master carpenters, and other architectural elements characteristic of the period, such as the banister. The walls are decorated with works of contemporary French art.
Tours in Hebrew will be led by the architect Oded Rappaport, whose father, Yitzhak Rappaport, designed the building. Tours in English and French will be led by Paule Rakower.
Entrance to the residence will be in groups of 20 every 20 minutes.
Open house. Reservations not required.
 
 
5.
Autodesk Israel`s R&D Center
22 Rothschild Blvd., 16th floor
Thursday, May 26th, 11:00 and 11:30  
Architects: Setter Architects; Chief Designer: Shirli Zamir, 2014
A chance to see Autodesk Israel`s R&D Center – the downtown offices of a hi-tech company whose team is developing AutoCAD 360 architectural software for smartphones and tablets, in addition to other software products, such as A360 for project management in the cloud and Spark for 3D printing. The offices have an unconventional design that includes multiple configurations of work spaces and conference rooms, each of which is unique in its own right.
Reservations are required for both tours; each is limited to 15 participants.
 
 
6.
Anglo-Palestine Bank
18 Yefet St., Jaffa
Thursday, May 26th, 12:00-18:00. At 15:30 and 17:00,    there will be tours guided by the building`s preservation architect, Naor Mimar.  
House for reservationInaccessabile Tour
Original architect: unknown; Preservation architect: Mimar Naor Architecture & Conservation Ltd., 2016
An open house at an impressive and highly important historic building in Jaffa. It once housed the offices of Anglo-Palestine Bank (APB) that helped finance the first 60 buildings erected in Ahuzat Bayit – which was subsequently renamed Tel Aviv. This branch of APB, which later became Bank Leumi, was built at the end of the 19th century when people and businesses began venturing outside the walls of the Jaffa`s Old City. It was part of a row of buildings that were constructed near the Old City wall and moat, originally designed as a residence whose large central space and style were common in other upscale homes in the area. After it became a bank branch, the building was decorated with frescos, marble floors and elegantly crafted carpentry. The preservation works at the site have included the refurbishment of the top floor and its facades, as well as the restoration of the front balcony, the stone decorations, and the intricate carpentry works in the building.
Open house and open tours. Reservations not required.                                              
 
 
 
7.
Automatic Public Toilets
Masaryk Square, across from Netsach Israel St.
Thursday, May 26th, 14:00-21:00;   Friday, May 27th, 9:00-14:00  
Echologic TourAccessabile Tour
An opportunity to hear about the installation of state-of-the-art and accessible automatic public toilets in the city - a project that was completed at the beginning of the year. Visitors will be able to see the first facility in operation (out of ten that will be installed throughout Tel Aviv-Yafo by the end of 2016). The brief sessions will start every 10 minutes and include an explanation about the deployment of the facilities in the city, as well as a demonstration by JCDecaux, the company that also installed and maintains automatic public toilets in many other cities around the world. The toilets, which are activated by pressing a button, are automatically cleaned (by flushing and drying the cubicle and toilet bowl), reuse some of the flushing water, and utilize sunlight to conserve energy. The facility was designed by the industrial designer, Patrick Jouin.
Open demonstrations. Reservations not required.
 
 
8.
Yitzhak Sadeh`s Historic Home
3 Zichron Kedoshim St., Jaffa
Saturday, May 28th, 11:30    Saturday, May 28th,12:15.  
Architect: unknown; built by an Egyptian company in the 1940`s
A visit at the historic home of Yitzhak Sadeh, the founder and first commander of the Palmach, which was meticulously restored by his son and daughter-in-law. The tour includes Sadeh`s room, which contains his photographs, a modest bed, and a collection of weapons and battle maps. Visitors will also be able to see the beautiful garden that overlooks the Mediterranean, where Sadeh hosted Yigal Alon, Yitzhak Rabin and others. The garden features archaeological relics, stone-paved paths, and stairs leading to the sea that Sadeh carved out himself. The tour also includes the British military railroad car that Sadeh used as a war room when serving as commander of Division 8.
Reservations are required for both tours; each is limited to 20 participants.
 
 
9.
The Capsule Building
The Porter School of Environmental Studies, Tel Aviv University, George Wise St., (across from Gate 14)
Echologic TourAccessabile Tour
Architects: Professor Yasha (Jacob) Grobman, Axelrod-Grobman Architects; Dr. Yossi Cory, Geotectura; Nir and Nili Chen, NCArchitects; Landscape architecture: Braudo-Maoz Landscape Architecture, 2014
A tour of this distinctive building, which is visible to all when driving on the Ayalon Highway and is an environmental milestone in Israeli public architecture. It is the first ecological building in the country to receive the highest American Green Building Certification – LEED Platinum – as well as the Diamond Rating of the new Israeli Green Building Standard – 5281.
The tour will be led by Green Step guides who will talk about the environmental vision that led its builders, focusing on the planning process, how the environmental architecture decisions were made, the state-of-the-art energy and water conservation technologies that were incorporated in the building, and the research and informational activity that takes place there. Each tour lasts about an hour.
Each tour is limited to the first 30 people in line. Reservations not required.
 
 
10.
Mallism. A Tour About Consumption
Meeting place: Dizengoff Center, on the first floor next to Fox and Zara
Thursday, May 26th, 18:00  
What causes us to buy more and more things, which scents are diffused in shops and why, and what can we learn from the organization of a store`s shelves and the design of its display window? Who bears the responsibility for the excessive consumption characterizing Western society, and where do all the clothes we no longer need end up? Michal Levy-Arbel, a former fashion journalist and a master`s degree student in Environmental Studies, and Sivan Rubin, a "Trash Cans From Within" tour guide, trash maven, culture coordinator at the Environmental Education Center at Hiriya, and master`s degree student in Sociology at Tel Aviv University, lead this tour at downtown Tel Aviv`s retail shrine – Dizengoff Center. They will attempt to answer the above and other questions and trace the consumption cycle, starting with the production process and including consumption mechanisms and the discarding of merchandise. The tour will end with a rare behind-the-scenes glimpse of second hand shops located on King George Street.
The tour is open to 30 people on a first come, first served basis. Reservations not required.
 
 
 
11.
A Habitat for Every Plant
The Botanical Garden, Tel Aviv University, Klausner St., Ramat Aviv
Thursday, May 26th, 16:00-17:00,    Thursday, May 26th, 17:30-18:30.  
Fit for childrenEchologic TourAccessabile Tour
The Botanical Garden, Tel Aviv University, Klausner St., Ramat Aviv
Why is a prickly pear prickly and plump, and why does a pine tree have needles rather than leaves? The Botanical Garden at Tel Aviv University will be holding tours for the entire family that will highlight the habitats of different plants that grow in Israel and overseas, including their characteristic landscapes. Each tour lasts about an hour.
Getting to the Botanical Garden by bus: Dan lines 7, 25 and 45; Egged lines 222, 270, 271 and 274; Kavim lines 94 and 137.
Reservations are required for both tours; each is limited to 30 participants.
 
 
12.
Between a Home and a Habitat
The Zoological Research Garden, Tel Aviv University, Klausner St., Ramat Aviv
Thursday, May 26th, 17:30-18:30  
Fit for childrenEchologic TourAccessabile Tour
Have you ever asked yourself where an alligator sleeps, or when the light goes on in a bat`s home? The Zoological Garden at Tel Aviv University will be holding tours for the entire family that feature a variety of animals found in Israel, with a focus on how they adapt to their habitats. Each tour lasts about an hour.
Getting to the Zoological Garden by bus: Dan lines 7, 25 and 45; Egged lines 222, 270, 271 and 274; Kavim lines 94 and 137.
Reservations are required for both tours; each is limited to 30 participants.
 
 
13.
Bialik House
22 Bialik St.
Saturday, May 28th, 10:30;   Saturday, May 28th,12:00.  
House for reservation
Architect: Yosef Minor, 1924; Preservation architect: Nitza Szmuk, 2007; Plan: Ayelet Bitan Shlonsky; Exhibition editor: Shmuel Avineri
Two guided tours at the home of Israel`s national poet, which underwent painstaking renovation. The tours will highlight the special role that Bialik House has played in Hebrew culture and local architecture, coupled with an explanation about the restoration and preservation works carried out in the Bialik Complex. Visitors will also be introduced to the Oriental facet of Bialik`s world.
The 60-minute tours will be led alternately by Ayelet Bitan Shlonsky, the chief curator and director of the Bialik Complex, and members of the Bialik House staff.
 
 
14.
Beit Ha`Ir
27 Bialik St., Bialik Square
Saturday, May 28th, 10:30 ,   Saturday, May 28th, 12:00.  
House for reservation
Architect: Moshe Tzerner, 1925; Renovation and preservation architects: Efrat-Kowalsky Architects; Interior architecture: Efrat-Kowalsky Architects and Dan Hasson, 2009; Plan: Ayelet Bitan Shlonsky; Restoration of Meir Dizengoff`s office: Dr. Doron Luria
Tours of Beit Ha`Ir (Tel Aviv`s former City Hall), which was reopened to the public in honor of the city`s centennial in 2009 following extensive refurbishment and remodeling. True to the meaning of Tel Aviv`s name in Hebrew, the renovated building incorporates a blend of old and new, including the restoration of Meir Dizengoff`s `time capsule` office and the permanent displays that depict a variety of Tel Aviv-related topics. Visitors will also be able to see the "Street I`ll Soon Arrive – The Sign of the `Walking Man` `Urban Activism`" project which is currently on exhibit at Beit Ha`Ir.
The 60-minute tours will be led alternately by Ayelet Bitan Shlonsky, the chief curator and director of the Bialik Complex, and members of Beit Ha`Ir`s staff.
Reservations are required for both tours; each is limited to 30 participants.
 
 
15.
From the White Square to the Station
Meeting place: next to the sycamore tree in HaTarbut Square (Habima Square)
Saturday, May 28th, 10:00,   Saturday, May 28th,16:00.  
Meeting place: next to the sycamore tree in HaTarbut Square (Habima Square)
The architect Yoav Messer leads this bike tour of projects that were designed by his firm, and some still on the drawing board, including residential, hotel and preservation projects: the Kiryati Center-Habima Hotel, Norman Hotel, an apartment building earmarked for preservation on 15 HaHashmal Street, Eden Cinema, and more. Messer will talk about the projects and their work processes, and it will be possible to enter some of the buildings.
The tour, whose level of difficulty is moderate and lasts about two hours, is open to cyclists aged 16 and older. Each participant should come equipped with a bike in good working order, a helmet, and ample water.
Reservations are required for both tours; each is limited to 25 participants.
 
 
16.
Rubin Museum
14 Bialik St.
Thursday, May 26th, 12:00;    Friday, May 27th, 12:00;    Saturday, May 28th, 12:00  
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
Architect: Pinhas Bizonsky, 1931
A tour at the home of the painter Reuven Rubin, one of the pioneers of Israeli art. Visitors will be able to see the artist`s original studio as well as the Museum`s permanent collection of his paintings. The tour will focus on the story behind the house.
Reservations are required for all 3 tours; each is limited to 40 participants.
 
 
17.
The Peres Center for Peace
132 Kedem St., on the Jaffa coast
Friday, May 27th, 11:00-15:00;    tours will start every hour on the hour  
Accessabile Tour
Architect: Massimiliano Fuksas; Israeli architect: Yoav Messer Architects, 2009
Tours at one of the most interesting buildings erected in Israel in recent years, led by the architect Yoav Messer and members of his firm in cooperation with the Peres Center for Peace. An opportunity to get a feel for this special building and watch a presentation about its architectural concept and construction process.
The tours will also include a behind the scenes glimpse of Shimon Peres`s life and his current efforts to achieve peace, as well as artifacts dating back to the State of Israel`s early days that belong to his personal archive on the premises.
Open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
18.
Who Will Protect the City`s Trees?
Meeting place: the corner of Rothschild Blvd. and Allenby St. (across from Iceberg)
Thursday, May 26th, 18:00;    Friday May 27th, 18:00  
Echologic Tour
Zviki Philo, a planter and tree expert from Horashim–A Nursery for Trees, leads this tour of trees in Tel Aviv, some of which are not commonly seen in other parts of Israel. He will talk about his vision for a plan that establishes tree conservation criteria in the city, while explaining the importance of trees to the urban quality of life. Philo will also introduce tour participants to a number of rare trees, some of which are particularly old and some of which are at risk. The tour will start across from the bunya pine found on the Meir Tower lot (on the corner of Rothschild and Allenby). Other trees featured in the tour include the Indian rosewood on Yehuda Halevi Street, the 200-year-old sycamore in the Oliphant complex, the row of Australian bottle trees on Bilu Street that were planted by the Templers, the trees in Yaakov Garden, and the cork oak in Rabin Square.
2 open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
19.
A Loft in a Bauhaus Building
60 Yehuda Halevi St., 2nd floor
Friday, May 27th, 11:00-16:00;    Saturday, May 28th, 12:00-17:00  
House for reservationInaccessabile Tour
Original building architect: Zeev Heller, 1934; Preservation architect: Tal Eyal, 2015: interior design: Galith Eshkenazi Begass, 2015
An open house in a contemporary and minimalist loft, located in a corner apartment building (Delfiner House) that was designed in the spirit of the modernist movement. The open space loft features a floor and ceiling made of raw concrete, and furniture that was especially designed for the loft. The building, earmarked for strict preservation, contains multiple features characteristic of the Bauhaus style, such as rounded balconies, two-shades of plaster and waschputz, and built elements that highlight the building`s horizontal and vertical lines.
On Friday at 11:00, there will be a tour of the building with the preservation architect, Tal Eyal
Open house. Reservations not required.
 
 
20.
Graffiti and Street Art in Florentin
Meeting place: the parking lot on 19 Elifelet St. Florentin
Thursday, May 26th, 11:00  
The Florentin neighborhood is Israel`s graffiti and street art capital, and is also regarded as an important center of graffiti and street art in global terms. It boasts of masterpieces created by prominent street artists that have been preserved for years, new works by young artists, and works by foreign artists who came to the city for the express purpose of creating art on Florentin`s streets. Yael Nir, who has a M.A. in Culture Studies and is the founder of Hasayeret Art Tours, leads this tour that will deal with the differences between graffiti and other types of street art. She will talk about the leading artists and groups engaged in this field of art, and will provide basic tools to better understand what has become the most well liked art genre in our period. The tour, which lasts about 90 minutes, will end at the starting point.
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 20 participants.
 
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