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Brown Beach House
64 Hayarkon St.
Thursday, May 26th, 18:00 and 19:00;    Friday, May 27th, 12:00, 13:00 and 14:00;    Saturday, May 28th, 13:00, 14:00 and 15:00  
Accessabile Tour
Building architects: Soma Architects; Interior design: VStudio, Aline Langlieb and Leopard Hospitality, 2015
A glimpse of this new boutique hotel that is situated in a historic spot – on the site of the legendary Yarkon Hotel, whose bar was popular among military personnel during the British Mandate period, and from which five British officers were abducted in 1946 for the purpose of negotiating the release of Etzel fighters who had been condemned to death. The new structure was originally designed to be an apartment building featuring an unusual architectural solution: namely, a missing cube in the middle of the building that enables the inner apartments to enjoy natural light and fresh air. It was later converted into a contemporary boutique hotel with 40 rooms and suites. The design of the hotel was inspired by tropical motifs, reminiscent of a vacation home for pleasure seekers in Miami Beach and containing design elements that draw from beach and surf culture.
8 tours for the first 30 people in line. Reservations not required.
Facing the Sea
42 Herbert Samuel St., Apts. 84 and 85
Thursday, May 26th, 13:00-17:00;    Friday, May 27th, 12:00-17:00;   Saturday, May 28th, 12:00-17:00  
Accessabile Tour
Interior design: Iris Rosenheimer, 2009
A chance to visit two upscale apartments that overlook the sea: one Art Deco apartment designed in shades of black and white with works of art by Keren Anavy and the ceramics artist Batya Malka, and one eclectic apartment whose design was inspired by the fashion designer Missoni, which contains colorful works of art by Chihuly, photographs taken by Eitan Vitkon, and works by the iron netting artist, Miri Azouri.
Open house. Reservations not required.
Herbert Samuel House
48 Herbert Samuel Promenade and the corner of Geula St.
Friday, May 27th, 9:00-12:00  
Architects: Leo Zauberman and Ilan Pivko, 2015
A visit at an unusual project located on the Tel Aviv shoreline – an old, 9-story apartment building which, after a facelift, was converted it into an upscale, 4-story townhouse featuring 6 meter high ceilings. The refurbished building has a lounge, staff room, spa, gym, and more. The large glass walls on its façade offer an unobstructed view of the sea from nearly every room. The visit will include entry to the first and third floors.
Open house. Reservations not required.
In the Footsteps of What No Longer Exists
Meeting place: 3 Allenby St., next to the entrance to the Opera Tower mall
Friday, May 27th, 10:30  
House for reservation
A tour led by Yossi Goldberg, who researches Tel Aviv`s history. Using old photographs, he will trace the buildings and facilities that existed along Tel Aviv`s shoreline between 1921 and 1948. During that period, the beach was one of the tourism development hubs in the city, but failed to fulfill its potential. In the course of the tour, which will leave from Allenby Street and continue from there to Bograshov Street, Goldberg will talk about the vision that Tel Aviv`s elders had for the area as a residential, entertainment and recreational district, situated on the seam between an urban and a natural landscape. He will also describe the changes that have occurred since then in the local beach culture.
The tour lasts about 90 minutes.
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 45 participants.
A Museum on the Beach
Meeting place: Ben Gurion`s statue, between the Frischmann and Gordon beaches
Friday, May 27th, 18:00  
Fit for childrenAccessabile Tour
A guided tour of an exhibition jointly organized by the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality, which is currently on display on the lower boardwalk between Frischmann Beach and Bograshov Beach. It features reproductions of select works from the Museum`s collections, whose themes are recreation, vacation and the sea. Ella Aviram, who leads the tour, will expand on the idea of holding this exhibition outside the confines of the Museum, in the public space. She will also provide brief explanations about the works that are on display.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
The Renewal of the Lahat Seaside Promenade
Meeting place: on the Lahat Promenade across from Frischmann St.
Friday, May 27th, 17:00 and 18:15  
Accessabile Tour
Project development and management: Atarim Project Development Corp. Tel Aviv-Jaffa; Architects: Mayslits Kassif Architects; Chief architect: Maor Roytman
A tour with the architects of this project (whose central and northern sections are nearing completion) which aims to renew the promenade designed in the 1980`s by the late architect, Yacov Rechter. A variety of design tools have been incorporated in the promenade in order to set a new hospitality standard in the public space along the shore and to reinforce the connection between the city and its beach.
The key design and execution principles will be highlighted during the tour, as well as decisions that were made in the course of the planning process.
2 open tours. Reservations not required.
The City Emerging from the Sands
Banana Beach Frischmann
From Thursday, May 26th, starting at 9:00, to Saturday, May 28th at midnight  
Fit for childrenAccessabile Tour
Come and see the sand art installation that students from the David Azrieli School of Architecture at Tel Aviv University are building after observing the urban space in Tel Aviv-Yafo. The workshop will start on Thursday morning, and the construction of the installation will last until Friday afternoon. The installation will remain on display until Saturday night.
The design and construction of the installation are part of an architecture project that students from Tel Aviv University are involved in, under the guidance of the architect Shelly Amario. The sand sculpting is being supervised by Rotem Dotan from Games Avenue.
Open exhibition. Reservations not required.
From Atarim Square to the Yarkon Estuary
Meeting place: the amphitheater next to the Coliseum on Atarim Square
Saturday, May 28th, 16:30  
House for reservation
A tour with an architectural-historical emphasis led by Yossi Goldberg, who researches Tel Aviv`s history. In honor of the 80th anniversary of the first Hebrew port, the tour will focus on the architectural history of the area near Tel Aviv Port. It will start on Atarim Square – which was established on the site of the former Mahlul neighborhood – and continue from there to the Gordon Swimming Pool and to the Muslim cemetery, recounting its history. The next stop will be Independence Park, where Goldberg will talk about its design. The 90-minute tour will end at Metzitzim Beach and the Yarkon Estuary, where the development vision for the port will be presented.
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 45 participants.
ZeZeZe Architecture Gallery
Friday, May 27th, 14:00 and 15:00 (tours);    Saturday, May 28th, 12:00-19:00 (open exhibit)  
ZeZeZe is a gallery dedicated to architecture and the built environment. The current exhibition at the gallery - "Place View – Works by Malka Architects" - displays projects that were designed by the Malka Architects firm in the past decade. The firm`s sources of inspiration are portrayed graphically (two-dimensional), compared to the three-dimensional architectural models. On Friday at 14:00 and 15:00, there will be guided tours of the exhibition led by the architects Eyal and Meirav Malka.
Open exhibit and open tours. Reservations not required.
A Sand Sculpting Workshop at Tel Aviv Port
Meeting place: the sandbox at Tel Aviv Port
Saturday, May 28th, 9:00-13:00  
Fit for childrenAccessabile Tour
Want to know how to build an impressive and stately sandcastle? Tel Aviv Port invites families and children to a sandcastle workshop where you`ll learn sand sculpting techniques and the proper use of sculpting tools. Come and build a large and elegant castle, with turrets, bridges, stairs and gates.
Open activity. Reservations not required.
The History of Tel Aviv Port
Meeting place: next to the sandbox, in the northern section of the port
Thursday, May 26th, 17:00;    Friday, May 27th, 17:00;   Saturday, May 28th, 17:00  
Accessabile Tour
Tours led by Maxim Lieberman, whose father, Captain Benjamin Lieberman, was the captain and operations manager of Tel Aviv Port between its founding in 1936 and its closure in 1965. Lieberman will describe the events surrounding the opening of the port, which was built after Arabs in Jaffa imposed a boycott on the local Jewish community. He will also talk about the tremendous impact the port had on life in pre-State Israel. He will highlight various events that occurred during the period that the port was open, such the construction of the minesweepers for the British Navy in 1944. The tours will last about 45 minutes.
3 open tours. Reservations not required.
An Open Lifeguard Tower
The lifeguard tower at Frischmann Beach
Thursday, May 26th, 17:00-19:00  
Fit for childrenInaccessabile Tour
Come and see a lifeguard tower from the inside and meet the people in charge of the rescue services at the beach. The activity is suitable for the whole family. It is advisable to come equipped with a hat, water and sunscreen.
Open tower. Reservations not required.
A Coastline Vision
Meeting place: on the pier at the entrance to the marina
Friday, May 27th, 17:00  
For decades, Tel Aviv-Yafo`s coastline was managed by a number of different agencies (each responsible for a particular section). Atarim recently undertook the challenge of managing the city`s coastline in its entirety, from the border with Herzlyia to the border with Bat Yam, and including the Levant Fair, Tel Aviv Port, Tel Aviv Marina, and Old Jaffa. Attorney Yaron Klein, the CEO of Atarim, will talk about the company`s vision for developing the 14 kilometers of coastline, which entails restoring this public resource to the community, developing the coastline as an uninterrupted, accessible and affordable urban space, and four marinas. The tour, which lasts about an hour, will end at Gordon Beach.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
An Open Lifeguard Tower 2
Hilton Beach Rescue Station
Thursday, May 26th, 17:00-19:00  
Fit for children
Come and see a lifeguard tower from the inside and meet the people in charge of the rescue services at the beach. The activity is suitable for the whole family. It is advisable to come equipped with a hat, water and sunscreen.
Open tower. Reservations not required.
Reading Power Station
Meeting place: the entrance to the Reading Power Station, 1 Rehavam Zeevy St.
Thursday, May 26th, 17:00;    Friday, May 27th, 8:30;   Friday, May 27th, 11:00.  
House for reservation
A glimpse of the historic power plant – Reading A – which is a 1938 structure earmarked for preservation. It is also the second steam-generated power plant built in pre-State Israel, established north of the Yarkon Estuary by Pinhas Rutenberg, the founder of the Israel Electric Corporation. A number of blueprints for the plant were prepared by different architects. The one that was actually built was chosen by Rutenberg himself, who supervised the construction. The power plant ensured an uninterrupted supply of electricity to the central and southern parts of the country, and was in use until 1972. During Israel`s War of Independence, the Hagana used the plant as an arms workshop and weapons cache. In 1997, the building was restored, including its original floor, turbines and boilers. The tall main space, which enjoys an abundance of natural sunlight, exudes grandeur and served for years as a gathering place for cultural and community events. The Electric Corporation is currently finalizing the plans for its preservation. The tours will be led by Michael Bixon, the former plant manager.
Participation in the tours is contingent on presenting an ID card and wearing flat, closed back shoes. The tours, open to people aged 12 and over, will last about 90 minutes.
Reservations are required for all 3 tours; each is limited to 30 participants.
The Maximum of the Minimum
Boffi Showroom, 3 HaTa`arucha St, Tel Aviv Port
Thursday, May 26th, 18:00  
Accessabile Tour
How has minimalist architecture been influenced by minimalist art? How does one create an enriching, sophisticated and intellectual experience when using just the minimum? A 40-minute lecture by the architect Irit Axelrod, from Axelrod Architects, about how minimalist art has inspired the work done at her firm.
The lecture is limited to 50 participants on a first come, first served basis. Reservations not required.
The Levant Fair – The Architectural Angle
Meeting place: the corner of Dizengoff St. and HaTa`arucha St.
Friday, May 27th, 16:45  
House for reservation
A tour with an architectural-historical focus led by Yossi Goldberg, who researches the history of fairs in Tel Aviv. The tour coincides with the 80th anniversary of the Bialik Days Exhibition that was held at the Levant Fair compound, which was an international exhibition and one of the largest and most inspirational events that took place in Tel Aviv in the 1930`s. Goldberg will talk about the construction of the fairgrounds and its design by the renowned German-born architect, Richard Kauffmann. Additionally, he will point out other pavilions that were designed in the International Style by the best architects of the time, some of which were recently remodeled. The hour-long tour will also describe the development works currently underway to renew the Levant Fair compound.
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 45 participants.
The VBO TLV Lighting Lab
Viabizzuno Exclusive Lighting, 3 HaTa`arucha St., Levant Fair
Thursday, May 26th, 19:00; Friday, May 27th, 10:30 and 12:30  
How is natural light used as an architectural tool? How do you make a lighting plan for a home that utilizes light as a design element and not a fixture? And how can lighting give an architectural space character? A session about the passion for light with the architect, Benjamin Herzstein, at the first lighting lab opened by the Viabizzuno brand in Israel (and one of 30 identical labs located around the world). Accompanied by photographs, the session will start with a brief lecture about light from a historical perspective, and in particular how light has been articulated in art and in architectural masterpieces. Herzstein will also talk about the work techniques employed at the lab and the process used to formulate a lighting design concept. Mario Nanni, the chief designer at Viabizzuno, will join Thursday`s session (only).
3 open sessions. Reservations not required.
The Tel Aviv Port and Totzeret Ha`aretz Compound
Meeting place: the corner of Dizengoff St. and HaTa`arucha St.
Saturday, May 28th, 17:00  
A tour led by Paule Rakower that traces the history of the area near the Yarkon Estuary from the 1930`s to the present. She will highlight the most significant events that took place there and constituted the beginning of Tel Aviv`s local culture, commerce, economy and sports. She will also talk about the renewal of the port and Levant Fair compound.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
With Your Back to the Sea
Meeting place: the abandoned army base parking lot above the gas station on 2040 St.
Thursday, May 26th, 18:00  
Echologic TourInaccessabile Tour
A tour led by Idan Amit, an environmental planner for the Tel Aviv-Yafo Area Community at the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel, and Daniel Berkowitz, an ecologist and sandstone ridge activist. They will focus on the open spaces found along the Tel Baruch beaches which are addressed by Plan 3700 – and are the last land reserves remaining in the city. Amit and Berkowitz will review the nature and heritage assets existing in the area, and raise questions about the construction there. They will also talk about the new National Zoning Plan (NZP 1) that revokes the beaches` vested safeguards.
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 30 participants.
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