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The registration will begin on May 16th.

41.
"Get Out" – The Public Domain in Tel Aviv-Yafo
68 Ben Gurion Blvd., Engineering Administration Building, 3rd floor
Friday, May 23rd, 11:00  
Accessabile Tour
A brief lecture followed by a discussion, during which the City Architect, Yoav David, will talk about the revolution characterizing the approach to urban planning in the city in recent years. He will present examples of new and planned projects, among them the green axis idea, the connection between the different parts of the city and the renewal of historic areas, Sarona Park, the ring of avenues, Habima Square, and projects located along the coast, including the renewed Lahat Promenade, the Yafo-Bat Yam Promenade, and others.
The sessions are limited to 25 participants on a first come, first served basis.
 
 
42.
The Emerald City
68 Ben Gurion Blvd., Engineering Administration Building, 3rd floor, Room 317
Friday, May 23rd, 12:00  
Accessabile Tour
A session dealing with the formalization of sustainable building principles in urban construction and planning, including the green building revolution that the city has undergone in recent years. How can sustainability principles be formalized as a building standard in the city? How can they be applied to educational institutions and private construction initiatives? How can sustainability principles be incorporated in new neighborhoods and municipal infrastructures? And a look at the future as well. A lecture by the architect Uriel Babczyk, a sustainable building and planning manager, who will present examples such as the Bizaron-Ramat Israel neighborhood, Bugrashov Street as a sustainable street, sustainable planning at Sde Dov, et al.
The sessions are limited to 25 participants on a first come, first served basis.
 
 
43.
A Land Survey Department for Boys and Girls
68 Ben Gurion Blvd., Engineering Administration Building
Thursday, May 22nd, 17:30;   Thursday, May 22nd, 18:00;   Thursday, May 22nd, 18:30;   Thursday, May 22nd, 19:00;   Thursday, May 22nd, 19:30;   Thursday, May 22nd, 20:00;   Thursday, May 22nd, 20:30;   Friday, May 23rd, 12:00;   Friday, May 23rd, 12:30.  
Fit for childrenAccessabile Tour
A variety of activities for children that enable them to experiment with surveying instruments and discover what surveying is and how it is done. A short film entitled "Liron and Oren from Ben Gurion Boulevard" will also be shown, which describes the different operations that a land survey department is engaged in, followed by fun-filled activities to choose from, including: "Where`s My House?" – becoming acquainted with the map of the city; "The City is Quite a Piece" – assembling a huge puzzle of the city; "Every Street Has a Name" – the history behind the streets we live on; "On the Map – Then and Now" – a `find the difference` activity, and more.
The activities are intended for children aged 6 to 11.
Reservations are required; the activities are limited to groups of 20 children.
 
 
44.
A "Kibbutz" Apartment
4 Zeitlin St., Entrance A, Apartment 3
Thursday, May 22nd, 17:00-20:00; Friday, May 23rd, 10:00-13:00;    Saturday, May 24th, 16:00-19:00  
Inaccessabile Tour

Interior design: Erez Baruchi, 2013

An apartment located in the green compound of the Kiryat Meir neighborhood, a pastoral sanctuary in downtown Tel Aviv.  The building, designed by the architect Yehudit Segal-Stoller in 1934, is currently earmarked for preservation.  The apartment, which was renovated by the designer for his own family, features a contemporary style. An attempt was made to maintain the cozy and simple spirit of the original design made by Segal-Stoller, and empower the qualities of the neighborhood by using, among other things, natural finishing materials and restoring the patio (which for many years had been closed in) to its original purpose.

Open house. Reservations not required.

 
 
45.
Affordable Housing – The 1935 Version
Meeting place: 27-29 Dubnov St.
Saturday, May 24th, 9:30  
House for reservation
A tour of the Kiryat Meir neighborhood. Founded in the 1930`s at the initiative of the "Kupat Am" cooperative bank with support from the Tel Aviv Municipality, it was the first attempt in the city to build housing earmarked for the middle class. The neighborhood was designed by the architect Judith Segall-Stolzer after winning an architecture competition. The tour will be led by the architect Sigal Davidi, who has researched the work of women architects during the British Mandate period. It will highlight the principles underlying the design of the neighborhood, whose style is functional and unassuming, as well as the work of the architect, Judith Segall-Stolzer.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
 
 
46.
The David J. Azrieli Central Archives
Meeting place: the entrance to the Tel Aviv Museum`s main building
Friday May 23rd, 11:00  
Accessabile Tour
A session with Dr. Arch. Eran Neuman, Director of the David J. Azrieli Central Archives and Israeli Research Center for Architecture, during which he will showcase the archives, whose mandate is to preserve Israel`s architectural heritage. It is a center for the study of architecture, which collects original architectural materials in various media (blueprints, models, correspondence, etc.) in order to create a pool of sources for use in research and museum exhibits. Neuman will talk about the subjects of the materials that are collected, which include Israeli architecture in all its different periods, Jewish architecture, and modern and contemporary architecture, and point out the collections already found in the archives, such as the Sharon Collection, the Karmi Collection, the Yannai Collection and the Reznik Collection. He will also describe the attempts currently being made to receive donations of additional collections. The session lasts about an hour.
Reservations are required; the session is limited to 30 participants.
 
 
47.
The Apartment of the Architect Ruth Kedar
57 David HaMelech St., 5th floor, Apartment 10
Friday, May 23rd, 13:00-17:00; Saturday, May 24th, 15:00-19:00  

Interior design: the architect Ruti Kedar, 2014–04–10

A visit at a 100-square meter apartment in downtown Tel Aviv that was designed by the architect for her family.  She attempted to maximize the spaces in the apartment, while setting clear priorities.  The architect will talk about the design process that included a conscious decision to downsize the bedrooms in favor of spacious common areas. She also chose to reuse some of the original pieces of furniture remaining from the old apartment in order to leave some traces of its past and preserve the Tel Aviv spirit of days gone by.

Open house. Reservations not required.

 
 
48.
The Courthouse
1 Weizman St.
Friday, May 23rd, 9:30  
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
Architects:Yaakov Rechter, Rechter-Zarhi-Perry Architects, 1965
A tour of the building which houses the District Court and the Magistrates Court, led by the architect Hadas Nevo Goldschmidt, from the Preservation Department at the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality. Designed by the firm Rechter-Zarhi-Perry Architects, the building is a salient example of the Brutalist architecture style that was prominent in Tel Aviv in the 1960`s. Its singularity can be attributed, among other things, to the exposed concrete sculptures created by Karavan that were incorporated in the building as an integral part of its architectural design.
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 30 participants.
 
 
49.
Arbeit Macht Frei Generation 2
Ancori House, 3 Sirkin St.
Thursday, May 22nd, 20:00   Thursday, May 22nd, 21:30   Friday, May 23rd, 12:30   Friday, May 23rd, 14:30   Saturday, May 24th, 20:30    Saturday, May 24th, 22:00  
Inaccessabile Tour
22 years after the premiere of the play "Arbeit Macht Frei fun Toitland Europa" - that was directed by Dudi Maayan  and left an indelible impression on Israeli theater - a group of 18-year old high school students who study theater decided to go back to the original performance and research it through their own personal experiences. The outcome is a show that takes place in a classroom, into which memories and fantasies about how the Holocaust is taught in the Israeli school system are funneled, whose aim is to institutionally, and even commercially, inject the memory of the Holocaust into the collective DNA. In the course of the show, the students reflect on how being "educated to remember" has impacted the younger generation and what should be remembered. 
The show was created by the 62nd class of theater track students at the six-year WIZO Hadassim School, the WIZO Hadassim Youth Village. The show lasts about an hour.
Reservations are required for all 6 performances; each is limited to 18 participants.
 
 
50.
Cinema Hotel
1 Zamenhoff St., Dizengoff Square
Friday, May 23rd, 11:00 (a tour for Maximum Tel Aviv cardholders),    Friday, May 23rd, 12:00.    Friday, May 23rd, 13:00.    Saturday, May 24th, 11:00 (a tour for Maximum Tel Aviv cardholders),   Saturday, May 24th, 12:30.   Saturday, May 24th, 14:00.   
House for reservation
Architect: Yehuda Magidovich, 1939; Renovation architect: Aryeh Debilanski, 2001
A visit at a Bauhaus building that underwent restoration and a change in land use designation, turning the legendary Esther Cinema into a boutique hotel (the first in Israel). Using original posters and brochures printed in the middle of the 20th century, the hotel preserves the ambience of the Esther Cinema, which operated out of the premises for around 50 years. It also tells the story of its founders, the Netanel family, who came to Israel from the British Crown Colony of Aden.
Led by the historian Danny Goldschmidt, who is Esther`s grandson (whom the former movie theater was named after), the tour will leave from the hotel lobby and point out the original spaces that were preserved as well as the collection of cameras, projectors and posters that are on permanent display. Participants will also be able to see some of the rooms in the hotel and go up to the balcony that overlooks Zina Dizengoff Square.
Reservations are required for all 6 tours; each is limited to 40 participants.
 
 
51.
Tel Aviv from the 18th Floor
46 Frishman St., 18th floor (the entrance is from Esther HaMalka St.)
Friday, May 23rd, 12:00-15:00  
Accessabile Tour
Interior design: Orly Feldman, Up Architecture and Design, 2014
A glimpse of a contemporary urban apartment that was designed for a young single man on one of the top floors of a hi-rise in downtown Tel Aviv, many of whose walls are made of glass. The apartment`s interior design was influenced by the diagonal lines that can be seen from different angles when looking out into the building`s yard and in the direction of Dizengoff Square. The lines also receive a renewed mention in the design of the furniture, in the way they are positioned in the apartment, and how the different household functions have been organized within the space.
Open house. Reservations not required.
 
 
52.
Paris in Tel Aviv
1 Frug St., Apartment 4
Saturday, May 24th, 11:00-14:00  
Accessabile Tour
A 2½ room apartment in a typical 1970s building in downtown Tel Aviv. It was remodeled for a single man who frequently cooks and entertains. The new layout created a spacious common space that links the kitchen to the living room and dining area – similar to the design of a typical Israeli apartment. Using carpentry, colors and hardware elements, the architect created a separation between the different functions comprising the overall space, even in the absence of walls. The kitchen, which is the center of the owner`s life, was the stylistic inspiration for the rest of the apartment. The outcome incorporates a classic French style in a contemporary Israeli apartment.
Open house. Reservations not required.
 
 
53.
A Sarona Love Story
Meeting place: the corner of David Elazar St. and Kaplan St.
Thursday, May 22nd, 9:00;   Thursday, May 22nd, 11:00;   Friday, May 23rd, 9:00;    Friday, May 23rd, 11:00;    Saturday, May 24th, 17:00;   Saturday, May 24th, 19:00.  
House for reservationFit for childrenInaccessabile Tour
A theatrical tour of the Templer colony – a kind of journey through time and through Sarona`s different historical metamorphoses: starting with the Templer colony, to a British army base when Jews were struggling to establish the State of Israel, and up to and including the preservation of the homes and the process of restoring them to the public. In the course of the tour, the actors will introduce visitors to the colorful personalities who lived and worked in Sarona, the communal life led by the Templers, the complex relationship they had with their Jewish neighbors, and some of Israel`s most well-hidden secrets.
The tour will make the following stops: the Community House and the clock, the bowling alley, Gunther`s Café, the distillery, and the winery, including its cellars and tunnels.
Reservations are required for all the tours; each is limited to 50 participants.
 
 
54.
Sarona – The Templer Colony
Meeting place: the corner of Kaplan St. and David Elazar St.
Thursday, May 22nd, 19:00, a tour led by Helena Margolov   May 23rd, 12:00, a tour led by Daniel Rosenblum; Saturday   Saturday, May 24th, 17:00, a tour led by Yossi Goldberg.  
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
Tours in English sponsored by the Global City and Tourism Administration.
Tours of the Sarona colony following its renovation and restoration that will trace how the Templers led their lives there. The tours will recount the history of the colony, which was established 40 years before Tel Aviv`s founding, and in 1948 became an Israeli government compound concealed behind the Kirya`s fences.
3 open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
55.
The Development of Sarona Park
Meeting place: 8 Oswaldo Aranya St.
Saturday, May 24th, 10:00  
Accessabile Tour
Sarona Park landscape architects: Dan Zur-Lior Wolf; Architect in charge: Ora Hacham-Rafael
A tour with the architect, Ora Hacham-Rafael, which will focus on the landscape architecture at the Sarona compound, the historic agricultural colony that has become a public park. The design of the new park draws on the character of the Templer colony and seeks to give it a new interpretation, while creating a flexible public space suitable for diverse public and community activities. Hacham-Rafael will talk about the dilemmas and opportunities that arise when designing a city park that also has preservation and commercial elements, as well as the needed balances in the relationship between the three components. The tour, which will cover most of the gardens in the park, lasts about 90 minutes.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
 
 
56.
The Visitors Center
14 Albert Mendler St., Sarona
Friday, May 23rd, 12:00-15:00; Saturday, May 24th, 9:30-13:30.   Thirty-minute guided tours for 25 people will start every 30 minutes.  
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
A guided tour of the recently opened Sarona Visitors Center, which is run by The Society for Preservation of Israel Heritage Sites. The center is located in the former home of the Baldenhofer family that was built at the end of the 19th century. Following the establishment of the State of Israel, it housed the offices of the Minister of Police, the State Archives, and the Prime Minister`s Library. The center traces the colony`s various metamorphoses starting at the end of the 19th century and up to the present day: the Templers, the struggle for independence, the founding of the IDF, the government campus and Yehoshua Camp - ending with a description of its current preservation and restoration. Sarona`s story is told through films, state-of-the-art screening technologies, and restored spaces.
The tours will be led by Dr. Sonia Cheshnin, the director of the Visitors Center, Oded Getreuer, director of the Tour Department at The Society for Preservation of Israel Heritage Sites, and Society volunteers.
Tours on a first come, first served basis. Reservations not required.
 
 
57.
The Story Behind Sarona`s Preservation
Meeting place: 14 Albert Mendler St., on the concourse next to the Visitors Center
Friday, May 23rd, 13:30-15:30  
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
Following a long and intricate process of preservation, restoration and renovation at the Sarona colony complex, executed by the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality, the Israel Land Authority, the Ahuzot HaHof Sarona Administration, and private developers, the Templer colony is now open to the public and offers a new urban tourist experience. Sarona, which for decades housed government offices, has become one of the main attractions in the city. Staff members from The Society for Preservation of Israel Heritage Sites, including Tamar Tuchler, the Tel Aviv district director, and the architects Michal Kucik and Ilan Flint, who spearheaded the Sarona preservation plan on behalf of the Society, will recount the efforts that were made to rescue the remnants of the Sarona colony and transform them from nondescript, crumbling buildings, surrounded by fences, into ones replete with charm and architectural appeal.
Open depot. Reservations not required.
 
 
58.
Sarona – Architecture and Preservation
Meeting place: the corner of 34 Kaplan St. and 2 David Elazar St.
Friday, May 23rd, 14:15  
House for reservation

Yossi Goldberg, deputy curator of the Sarona Visitors Center, leads this tour at the Templer colony, which will highlight the architectural styles that characterized Sarona between the time the Templers founded and left the colony.  Goldberg will recount the stories behind the unique architectural features in Sarona, and describe different aspects of the preservation works that were carried out in the complex in recent years.

Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 45 participants.

 
 
59.
Campaigns by the Underground Movements
Meeting place: the concourse at the intersection between Kaplan St. and David Elazar St.
Friday, May 23rd, 15:00-17:30  
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
A session with Dr. Nir Mann, the author of "Sarona in the Years of Struggle: 1939-1948" and "The Kirya in its Formative Years: 1948-1955" – held at the information depot. He will give an account of the attacks made by the Hagana against the British army base in Sarona, on what was called "The Night of the Police Stations," and the car bomb that Lehi members blew up in the middle of the base. Explanations will start every 30 minutes.
Open depot. Reservations not required.
 
 
60.
Showcasing History: The Sarona Visitors Center
Meeting place: Sarona Visitors Center, 14 Albert Mendler St.
Saturday, May 24th, 8:30  
House for reservation

A visit at the Sarona Visitors Center led by Yossi Goldberg, its deputy curator.  He will talk about some of the issues that arose in the course of designing the center, which is located in a restored historic building, and surrounding the depiction of Sarona`s history between the 19th and 21st centuries. The session lasts about an hour.

Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 20 participants.

 
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