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41.
Ben Gurion House
17 Ben Gurion Blvd.
Thursday, May 18th, 8:00-15:00 | Friday, May 19th, 8:00-13:00 |   Saturday, May 20th, 10:00-14:00  
Architect: the engineer David Tuvia, 1930-1931
An open house at the private residence of David and Paula Ben Gurion, which offers a glimpse of the couple`s modest lifestyle and impressive library. Visitors can tour the house on their own or join a guided tour that will be held every hour on the hour for the first 50 people in line.
Open house. Reservations not required.
 
 
42.
Welcoming Homes for Animals in the City
4 Ravnitsky St., Montefiore neighborhood
Friday, May 19th, 10:00  
Echologic Tour
The Tel Aviv-Yafo Area Community at the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel invites the whole family to a workshop at which the participants will be shown how to build welcoming homes for animals, nest boxes for birds, and a hotel for insects and pollinators in the city. The workshop will be held in the backyard of Ravnitsky House, which is located in the eastern part of Tel Aviv in an area that has a large number of garages and light industries. It is an example of urban agriculture, where an inviting green environment has been created for the neighborhood`s community. The workshop will be led by Yifat Keidar.
Reservations are required; the workshop is limited to 30 participants.
 
 
43.
The Old Customs House
Meeting place: next to the old Customs House building, Jaffa Port
Thursday, May 18th, 10:00 and 12:00  
These tours will be co-led by Shmuel Groag, an architect, Jaffa historian and the coordinator of the Conservation Unit at Bezalel`s Department of Architecture, and Tamar Tuchler, the director of the Tel Aviv District of the Society for Preservation of Israel Heritage Sites. They will outline the position taken by the conservationists in the dispute over the future of the old Customs House in Jaffa Port. The Customs House was built in 1931 as a passenger terminal that handled the large waves of immigration coming into the country. The modernist industrial structure was later abandoned for many years, serving on occasion as a facility that hosted marine education activities. During the hour-long tours, the guides will recount the building`s story and present the arguments put forward by those who wish to conserve it.
2 open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
44.
The Shalem Farm at Ariel Sharon Park
Friday, May 19th, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00 and 13:00 |   Saturday, May 20th, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00 and 13:00  
House for reservation
Architects: Sharon-Idelson, 1949: Documentation and preservation architects: Mimar Naor Architecture & Conservation; Development architects: Alefbet Planners, Chief Architects: Assaf Kashtan and Gady Almog, 2016
An opportunity to learn about the history of agriculture in the early years of Israel. The Shalem Farm, which was established in 1949 at the initiative of Hazera Ltd., was run and operated by families who had previously lived on kibbutzim. They were experienced farmers who were recruited to supply quality seeds to other farms in the young country. The families lived in houses designed for them by the Sharon-Idelson architecture firm (Arieh Sharon and Benjamin Idelson), who also worked for the kibbutz movement. The two-family homes formed the nucleus of life on the farm and, at the time, were considered state-of-the-art due to their design as communal residences where the children slept at home and not in separate children`s houses.
After the documentation of the original buildings was completed, the farm was declared a historic landmark. The plan is to convert it into a cultural and culinary center in the future. The sessions will include a tour of the historic compound and a meeting with the architect Mimar Naor, who will talk about the preservation process. The tour participants will also meet Mrs. Edna Kapelushnik, who grew up on the farm and will share what she experienced as a child in one of the first families to live there. The sessions will last about an hour.
8 open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
45.
Israel on Display: Expo 67
Meeting place: the entrance to the main building of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Saturday, May 20th, 16:00  
Accessabile Tour
A 60-minute tour with Dr. Arch. Eran Neuman, the director of the David J. Azrieli Architecture Archives and the curator of the exhibition, Expo 67. The exhibition focuses on the history of the Israeli pavilion at the International and Universal Exposition that took place in Montreal in 1967, just a few weeks before the Six Day War. The exhibition recounts the story behind the Israeli pavilion, whose architectural and display-related elements were designed by Arieh Sharon, David Reznik and Eldar Sharon. 50 years later, the pavilion constitutes the turning point in how Israel looks at the ways in which it is depicted in international settings.
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 30 participants.
 
 
46.
Mosaic House
Meeting place: the corner of 20 Yehuda Hayamit St. and Nahum Dror St., Jaffa
Friday, May 19th, 12:00 |   Saturday, May 20th, 12:00,   Saturday, May 20th, 13:00  
A guided tour at the home of Yossi and Yaffa Lugassi, which is considered a local landmark thanks to the mosaic works that Yossi created there. The mosaics, which decorate the floor, walls and ceiling, also include portraits of popular singers and international public figures.
Reservations are required for all 3 tours; each is limited to 35 participants.
 
 
47.
Gavrielovich House
13 Jaffa Road
Saturday, May 20th, 11:00-14:00.   Guided tours at 11:30, 12:30 and 13:30.  
Original architects: unknown, 1911; First addition architect: Judah Stempler, 1928; Renovation and addition architects: Gal Peleg Architects, 2017
An open house and tours at a compound consisting of two restored buildings that were built in different periods and surround an inner courtyard, creating a tranquil space detached  from the hustle and bustle on Jaffa Road. The renovations entailed the addition of another story and the repartitioning of the residential areas into thirty-five, 45 m² apartments that are intended for students and young families. The tours, which will be led by the architect Amir Peleg, will describe the project, which includes the construction of bridges that were built to connect the buildings and elevators whose design was inspired by the first elevator installed in Tel Aviv (on Herzl Street). Peleg will also talk about the concept behind the courtyard as the core of the building and as a space for the residents to interact socially and take part in shared recreational activities. The tours include a look at one of the apartments.
Open house and open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
48.
The British Ambassador`s Residence
2 Simtat HaMa`alot, Ramat Gan
Saturday, May 20th, 10:00-13:00  
Design: the engineer Pesah Zekled, the 1930`s
A rare opportunity to tour the villa which has served as the residence of the British ambassador since Israel`s establishment. The design of the villa, which was originally built as a residence and was later converted into a small hotel, is an example of reserved Europe elegance. Numerous works of art hang on the walls, most of which were created by British artists and some of which have a connection with Israel. The tours will include a look at various rooms in the house, including the impressive dining room, parlor, huge kitchen (where meals for dignitaries are prepared), the spacious courtyard, and the pool.
Entry to the residence will be in groups of 20 every 20 minutes. The last group will start at 13:00.
Entry is contingent on presenting an ID and a security check. No weapons are allowed. Parking is not available on Simtat HaMa`alot.
Open house. Reservations not required.
 
 
49.
An Apartment in the Flea Market
15 Yehuda Meraguza St., Apt. 18, Jaffa
Thursday, May 18th, 15:00- 19:00 |   Saturday, May 20th, 11:00-15:00  
Renovation and interior design: the architect Limor Yossifon-Goldman, LimonArc Studio, 2016
A visit at this eclectic apartment where the architect and curator, Limor Yossifon-Goldman, and her partner the graphic designer, Avisar Goldman, live. It is located in an apartment building that was designed around a green inner courtyard. The apartment`s contemporary style was designed with comfort being a priority, including extensive use of wood that was processed in different ways for construction and creative purposes. The apartment contains artifacts that were collected by the couple during their travels around the world, whereas some of the furniture and other items they designed themselves.
Open house. Reservations not required.
 
 
50.
Allenby Between the City Squares
Meeting place: HaMoshavot Square, 125 Allenby St.
Saturday, May 20th, 11:00  
The fact that over 60% of the buildings located along Allenby Street have been designated as historic landmarks have turned the street into a test case for the conservation of an urban fabric. The architect Ayelet Safran, fromYoav Messer Architects, and the restoration architect, Iris Hurwitz, lead this tour along Allenby Street, which will pass by historic city squares that were demolished, buildings designated as landmarks, and more. The architects will talk about the research conducted by Safran`s firm that dealt with the history of Allenby Street, as well as its conclusions which view the street as one of the city`s cultural-commercial thoroughfares where preservation guidelines should also apply to its public spaces. The tour lasts about two hours.
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 30 participants.
 
 
51.
The Russian Church
157 Herzl St., next to HaHurshot Park
Thursday, May 18th, 8:00-13:00 and 15:00-17:00 | Friday, May 19th, 8:00-19:00   Guided tours conducted by members of the church`s staff will be held on   Thursday and Friday at 12:00 and 15:00.    The tours will leave from the interior concourse next to the   entrance to the compound.  
An open house and guided tours at this church compound which was built in the 19th century by the Russian Orthodox Church. According to Russian Orthodox tradition, it is the burial place of Tabitha, whom St. Peter raised from the dead. Prior to World War I, the compound was also an inn for pilgrims en route to Jerusalem. The compound extends across an area of about 5 acres, which includes the church, the graveyard, and a spacious, well-tended garden. The design of the church conforms to Russian architecture and features spectacular frescos of saints and scenes from the New Testament.
Open house and open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
52.
The Edmond de Rothschild Center
104 Rothschild Blvd.
Thursday, May 18th, 17:00-20:00 | Friday, May 19th, 9:30-15:00.   An architectural tour will be conducted 9:30.   A lecture about the exhibition will be held at 11:00 |   Saturday, May 20th, 10:00-18:00.    Architectural tours will be conducted at 12:00 and 14:00.    A lecture about the exhibition will be held at 13:00.  
Architecture: the engineer Judah Stempler, 1928; Restoration ad renovation architects: Plesner Architects and Skorka Architects; Restoration consultants: Ilan Kedar and Haviva Even, 2010-2016
An open house and guided tours at one of the most intriguing buildings on Israel`s most famous boulevard – an eclectic building whose `special` style is an example of modern expressionist architecture. It was renovated and restored by the Rothschild Caesarea Foundation, which opened an art and cultural center in the building that offers students and researchers a space where they can display their works in downtown Tel Aviv. The Center, which holds cultural events, exhibitions and lectures that are open to the public, encourages original and innovative Israeli art.
A new exhibition will open at the Center during Open House Weekend, called "Alignment: The Architecture of Judah Stempler in Tel Aviv."  It showcases, for the first time, the little known work of the individual who designed the building - who also took part in designing other buildings in Tel Aviv in the first decades after the city was founded, some of which have been recently restored. The exhibition was curated by the architect, Dr. Zvi Elhyani, who founded the Israel Architecture Archive, together with the exhibition designer, Reut Iron, and the graphic designers, Dana Guez and Naomi Geiger (Studio Gimmel 2).
The tours dealing with the building`s restoration and renovation will be led by the architect, Maya Plesner, and include a look at some of the different rooms and end in the heritage room.
The sessions describing the exhibition will be led by Dr. Zvi Elhyani.
Open house and open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
53.
Immanuel Church
15 Beer-Hoffmann St., American Colony
Friday, May 19th, 10:00, 11:00 and 12:00 |   Saturday, May 20th, 10:00, 11:00 and 12:00  
Architect: Paul Ferdinand Gross (Hannover, Germany), 1904
A chance to see this neo-Gothic Lutheran church, which is a meeting place for believers in Christ. Situated in the heart of the American Colony on the border between Tel Aviv and Jaffa, Immanuel Church is known for its unusual stained glass windows and impressive organ, which is one of the largest in the country.
Every hour on the hour, members of the congregation will lead tours of the stained glass windows and recount the building`s history. Visitors will also enjoy a brief organ concert. On Saturday, the visits will begin with prayers accompanied by singing and organ music.
Open house. Reservations not required.
 
 
54.
3.5 Square Meters
Meeting place: the entrance to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 27 Shaul Hamelech Blvd.
Friday, May 19th, 11:00,   Friday, May 19th, 12:30  
The curator, Maya Vinitzky, leads these tours of an exhibition and research project that are currently on display in Gallery 3 in the Museum`s Department of Design and Architecture. The exhibition examines and reflects the way communities and individuals prepare for natural disasters and mobilize in response to them. Among other things, the exhibition includes online journals that document how people deal with a catastrophe, instructions for how to construct a temporary folding shelter, a hybrid structure made of plastic and mud, and a DIY structure – Better Shelter – which won Time Magazine`s annual round-up of the best inventions in 2016 that make the world a better place.
Reservations are required for both tours; each is limited to 25 participants.
 
 
55.
A Shared Space
26 Elifelet St.
Friday, May 19th, 10:00-14:00 | Saturday, May 20th, 10:00-16:00  
Accessabile Tour
Interior design: Setter Architects, 2017
A tour of this coworking space, Ayeka House, which includes different work space options: a shared open space, rooms for individual use, small offices and conference rooms. Elegantly designed, the spaces offer a breathtaking urban view of Jaffa and incorporate various cutting-edge technologies. Visitors will also be shown the building`s swimming pool and the patio.
A chance to become acquainted with this new and eye-catching building, which was built on the corner of Elifelet Street and Shalma Street and features mixed uses of apartments, shops and office. Guided tours will start every hour on the hour.
Open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
56.
CityTree`s Ecological Apartment
25 Bialik St., Bialik Square
Thursday, May 18th, 10:00-18:00. Tours for groups of 15   will go up to the apartment every 30 minutes. The last tour starts at 17:30 |   Friday, May 19th, 10:00-14:00. Tours for groups of 15   will go up to the apartment every 30 minutes. The last tour starts at 13:30 |   Saturday, May 20th, 11:00-17:00. Open garden and information booth.   Harvesting tours will start every hour on the hour.  
Echologic Tour
An opportunity to visit the ecological home of the CityTree community, which is located in a spacious Bauhaus apartment. The 4 to 8 people who live in the apartment grow edible plants, manufacture cleaning agents and cosmetics, reuse greywater, make compost and lead a communal life, while looking for alternatives to the traditional social and economic structures. The house is also a center where members of the community study about these subjects.
The scheduled activities will include a discussion on the square and a tour of the garden. On Thursday and Friday, there will also be tours inside the apartment. On Saturday, there will be harvesting tours and a visit at some community gardens.
Open house and open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
57.
Joseph Bau House
9 Berdichevsky St.
Friday, May 19th, 11:00-14:00 | Saturday, May 20th, 11:00-14:00.   Guided tours for the first 20 people in line will start every hour on the hour.  
 A visit at the modest studio where the illustrator, Joseph Bau, worked starting in the 1950`s and up to his death in 2002. The original state of the studio has been preserved by his daughters. It contains his work space, the animation machine he invented and assembled on his own, a tiny movie screen including two types of projectors that he built, a dark room, a display of posters he designed for Israeli films in the 1960`s and 1970`s, an exhibit of Hebrew humor, and more.
Open studio. Reservations not required.
 
 
58.
The Israeli Home
Eretz Israel Museum, 2 Haim Levanon St., Ramat Aviv
Thursday, May 18th, 10:30,   Thursday, May 18th, 11:30 |   Friday, May 19th, 10:30,   Friday, May 19th, 11:30  
Guided tours of the Israeli Home – which is a reconstructed home from the Biblical era of the kings that was uncovered at Tel Qasile. It includes an unroofed courtyard as well as some tools that were unearthed, primarily in the area of Lachish and Judea. The home portrays daily life in that period and the use that was made of clay vessels in the household 3,000 years ago. The Israeli Home is considered one of the hallmarks of the Eretz Israel Museum. It has now been reopened and will become an integral part of the Ceramics Pavilion exhibition.
Reservations are required for all 4 tours; each is limited to 30 participants.
 
 
59.
A Fishing Net, Anchorage and Dock
Meeting place: Warehouse 1, Mediterranean Sea Square, Jaffa Port
Thursday, May 18th, 16:00 | Friday, May 19th, 9:00 | Saturday, May 20th, 10:00  
Reuven Abramowitz ("Chips"), the former director of the anchorage and author of the book Jaffa - Home Port, leads these 90-minute tours. Participants will become familiar with the 4,000-year-old marine history of Jaffa Port and its fishing infrastructures. Abramowitz will focus on the history of the port, the conquering armies that passed through it, and the legends associated with it. He will also talk about some operational aspects, such as the fishing techniques that are currently in use, their respective needs, and how the port extends assistance to them. The tour will also pass by the fishermen`s work areas, including the wharfs, the warehouses and the dock.
3 open tours for the first 40 people in line. Reservations not required.
 
 
60.
7 Schocken St.
Thursday, May 18th, 8:00-22:00 | Friday, May 19th, 8:00-15:00.   The lecture and discussions will be at 12:00.  
An open house at S7, a coworking space for architects and designers that was recently opened at the initiative of the architect, Matan Loueb. It offers different kinds of work spaces as well as a studio with a digital models workshop that includes laser cutting, CNC, 3D printers, power tools, and more. On Friday, there will be a lecture about the evolvement of the office work environment and how the needs of employees have changed over time. The lecture will end with a discussion that will attempt to visualize what future work spaces will look like.
Open house and open lectures. Reservations not required.
 
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