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41.
HaYarden Elementary School
21 Moshia St., HaTikva Neighborhood
Friday, September 21st, 12:30 and 13:00  
Echologic TourAccessabile Tour
Lobby design: the architect Chen Steinberg Navon and Ayelet Fisher, together with the Sarit Shani Hay Studio / Ayelet Golan; Ecological garden design: Lavi Kushelevich, Urban Farming Corporation, 2018
An opportunity to become acquainted with HaYarden Elementary – a school that dates back to the 1950`s whose current student body includes children of migrant workers and asylum seekers – and two new projects there: the renovation of the lobby and the design of the agricultural studies complex, the first of its kind in Israel, which includes a production nursery comprised of cutting-edge hydroponic systems. During the tours with the school principal, Yehuda Friedman, and the designers, participants will hear about the two projects that aim to empower the students and give them a sense of belonging and hope. The projects were carried out in their entirety thanks to donations.
2 open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
42.
In the Path of Light
Meeting place: 16 HaHashmal St.
Thursday, September 20th, 18:30 and 20:30   Friday, September 21st, 8:30, 10:45 and 13:00  
House for reservation
Walking tours that trace the history of electrical power generation in Tel Aviv-Yafo, including a visit at the restored Board of Directors building of the Israel Electric Corporation. The story behind the first power plant in pre-State Israel and the infrastructure used to supply electricity to the homes in the city by transformer stations will also be told. Visitors will be shown one of those stations, which dates back to the 1920`s and is still in operation. The tours will also highlight some fascinating details about Pinhas Rutenberg, who founded the Israel Electric Corporation. The 90-minute tours – held in cooperation with the Israel Electric Corporation and the Society for Preservation of Israel Heritage Sites – will be led by Michal Sasson Bibi.
Each of the 5 tours is limited to the first 50 people in line. Reservations not required.
 
 
43.
Historical Hospitals in Tel Aviv in the 1920`s
Meeting place: 9 Yehuda Halevi St.
Thursday, September 20th, 17:00   Friday, September 21st, 12:00    Saturday, September 22nd, 17:00  
House for reservation
The end of World War I and the Balfour Declaration opened the gates of the Land of Israel to waves of immigrants. Alongside the growth in Tel Aviv`s population, the need for more medical services than the ones available in Ahuzat Bayit also increased. Almost immediately, private homes were converted into hospitals and following the outbreak of the Arab uprising in 1936, hospital beds were also deployed in the Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium and Spector Hotel on Nahlat Binyamin Street. The tours, led by the architect Manor Bar-Tov from the Conservation Department at the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality, will trace the history of medicine and medical institutions in the city, starting with the days of Ahuzat Bayit and up to the 1930`s, and will do so through those institutions which still exist: Fried Maternity Hospital, Ein Gedi Hospital, Strauss Medical Center and Hadassah Hospital. The two-hour tours will end on 18 Nahlat Binyamin Street.
Reservations are required for all 3 tours; each is limited to 20 participants.
 
 
44.
The Kol Yehuda Synagogue
5 Lilienblum St., Neve Tzedek
Thursday, September 20th, 10:00-18:00.   Guided tours at 11:00, 13:00, 15:00 and 17:00    Friday, September 21st, 9:00-14:00. Guided tours at 9:00, 11:00 and 13:00.  
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
Architect: Yehuda Magidovich, 1938
A visit at this synagogue, which was designed by Magidovich for the Aden Jewish community (a former British Crown Colony in South Yemen). The facade of this unassuming building does not reveal the impressive and monumental space that one finds inside. The interior design exemplifies Magidovich`s virtuosic architectural abilities, which are articulated in the elegant and rhythmic space he created using a series of exposed and imposing beams, while at the same time incorporating some eclectic motifs, such as interior arches.
The ground floor of the building now houses the Aden Community Heritage House, which features a permanent exhibit of original photographs, artifacts, books, clothing and rare documents that tell the story of the Jewish community in Aden.
The tours will be led by the historian and member of the community, Danny Goldschmidt, whose great-great grandfather purchased the lot in the 1920`s in order to build the synagogue. Goldschmidt will recount the history of the synagogue and the building it is located in, as well as the annals of the Aden Jewish community.
Open house and open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
45.
In the Footsteps of the Menahem Moshe Family
Meeting place: Aden Community Heritage House, 5 Lilienblum St.
Friday, September 21st, 14:00  
House for reservation
A tour led by the historian and real estate developer, Danny Goldschmidt, who will recount the annals of the Aden Jewish community (South Yemen) and that of his own family, the Menahem Moshe family, who came from there. He will tell their story through the 25 homes built by the family in Tel Aviv – all of which date back to the 1930`s and have been designated as historical landmarks. The tour will leave from the Aden Community Heritage House on Lilienblum Street and continue from there to Nahlat Binyamin, Rothschild, Allenby, Montefiore, Gruzenberg and Rambam, the streets on which the houses are located. The three-hour tour, which includes about an hour of walking, will end at the Cinema Hotel (the former Esther Cinema) on Zina Dizengoff Square.
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 40 participants.
 
 
46.
Neve Tzedek: Rothschild Seams
Meeting place: 1 Rothschild Blvd., next to Gutman`s Fountain
Saturday, September 22nd, 17:00  
House for reservation
Town plan designed by Muhlbauer Architects: the architect Orit Muhlbauer-Eyal; Lead architect: Roni Sender; Preservation consultant: the architect Tal Eyal. A town plan commissioned by the Town Planning Division at the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality
An opportunity to hear about the new town plan that is meant to connect Rothschild Boulevard to Neve Tzedek and define new construction options in the northeastern part of Neve Tzedek, while preserving the neighborhood`s unique fabric and allocating land for public use. The architect Orit Muhlbauer-Eyal, who designed the town plan, leads this hour-long tour. Using maps and simulations, she will talk about the historical background of Neve Tzedek and the preservation issues the town plan had to address.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
 
 
47.
Eliyahu Golomb`s Residence – The Haganah Museum
23 Rothschild Blvd.
Friday, September 21st, 9:00-13:00;   guided tours will be held at 10:00, 11:00 and 12:00  
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
Architect: Yosef Tischler, 1923; Yohanan Ratner (museum wing), 1960-1961
Guided tours of the Golomb family`s residence that tells their story and depicts life in Tel Aviv in the city`s early days. The Haganah was also founded in their home and served as the organization`s secret headquarters until Eliyahu`s death in June 1945.The house was restored at the beginning of the 1960`s when the Haganah Museum was opened on the premises.
Open house and open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
48.
A Tel Aviv Prism
13 Montefiore St., ground floor
Thursday, September 20th, 16:00-19:00; Friday, September 21st, 10:00-14:00;    15-minute guided tours will be held every hour on the hour   
Inaccessabile Tour
Interior design: Tal Goldsmith Fish, 2018
A glimpse of the offices of a real estate firm situated in a 1930`s building in downtown Tel Aviv, which for many years was a bank branch. The offices were recently remodeled from top to bottom. A special element of their design is a partition made of layers of glass of different thickness. They were joined together to create vertical walls, comprised in total of 12 kms of glass strips. The use of prismatic glass partitions creates privacy in the space, but also transparency, bringing lighting effects into the space that change over the course of the day.
Open offices. Reservations not required.
 
 
49.
The Ecological Blueprint of Rothschild Boulevard
Meeting place: the monument commemorating the founders of Ahuzat Bayit
Friday, September 21st, 17:00  
Echologic Tour
Valentina Nelin, a sustainable building consultant, leads this 90-minute tour. It will examine the built environment through an ecological lens and present the most famous boulevard in the country as a model for how to address ventilation, light and shade-related problems.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
 
 
50.
The Train`s Coming!
Meeting place: 18 Ahad Ha`am St., across from the Shalom Mayer Tower
Thursday, September 20th, 17:00, 18:15 and 19:30;   Friday, September 21st, 10:00 and 11:30  
How do you build a train 30 meters below ground? How long will it take for the light rail to get from Petach Tikva to Tel Aviv? How do the excavation works deal with the groundwater on which Tel Aviv sits? The tours - led by NTA, the company responsible for building the light rail – will recount the transportation history of the city from its founding and up to the present. The 45-minute tours will start in Neve Tzedek, proceed along the old train track built in Ottoman times, and from there to the tunnel excavation pier on Herzl Street, where they will end with a look at the Red Line worksite.
An opportunity to hear about the logistical and technological challenges inherent in building a light rail in a densely populated urban area as well as the cutting-edge solutions that have been implemented in building the underground stations and tunnels.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
 
 
51.
A Small City with Multiple Mosaics
Meeting place: the corner of Herzl St. and Ahad Ha`am St.
Thursday, September 20th, 17:30  
House for reservation
This tour, led by Tehila Koenigstein, is devoted to Nahum Gutman and the mosaic works he created, in which he embedded images from Biblical stories, Greek mythology, the history and founding of Tel Aviv, and other themes. The tour will focus on the mosaic that depicts Tel Aviv`s history (originally installed on Bialik Square and later transferred to its current location on 1 Rothschild Boulevard).
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 35 participants.
 
 
52.
Lily & Bloom Hotel
48 Lilienblum St.
Thursday, September 20th, 12:00   Thursday, September 20th, 13:00   Thursday, September 20th, 14:00   Friday, September 21st, 12:30   Friday, September 21st, 13:30    Saturday, September 22nd, 12:30   Saturday, September 22nd, 13:30  
Architect: Alexander Friedman, 1935; Restoration architect: Arcod Architects Ltd.; Interior design: Studio MU, 2015
Tours of this hotel which is situated in a building that used to house a bank branch. As part of its conversion into a hotel, the main section of the bank was turned into a lobby that includes a large bar and patio. The new interior design preserved the original Bauhaus elements. The tours will include a brief explanation about the history of the building and the process of its conversion into a hotel. Visitors will also be shown the rooftop balcony, the original and preserved stairwell and one of the guest rooms.
Reservations are required for all 7 tours; each is limited to 15 participants.
 
 
53.
The Great Synagogue
110 Allenby St.
Thursday, September 20th, 11:00-15:00;   tours guided by Uri Padan will be held at 11:00 and 12:30  
House for reservation
Architect: Yehuda Magidovich, 1930
Sessions with the architect, Uri Padan, during which he will talk about the proposed plan for preserving and restoring the Great Synagogue – an eclectic structure camouflaged within modernist facades and a synagogue of unusual splendor, which has an imposing interior space with a domed roof. Padan will also present materials from the building`s documentation file. He will recount the synagogue`s history and the story behind its construction, which features the names of the most prominent architects who were working in the country at the beginning of the 20th century. The construction of the synagogue and its adjacent compound was in the end reminiscent of a patchwork, with each patch designed by a different architect and conveying a different design concept.
Open house and open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
54.
Fabric Hotel
28 Nahlat Binyamin St.
Saturday, September 22nd, 11:30   Saturday, September 22nd, 12:40   Saturday, September 22nd, 13:50  
Accessabile Tour
Architects: Yoav Messer Architects; Interior design: Oren Bronstein, 2018
Tours with the architect, Yoav Messer, and members of his firm`s team at Fabric – a boutique hotel that was recently opened in a former textile facility. The hotel has 43 rooms, a garden in the backyard, a rooftop terrace and the Bushwick bar – which is part of the Imperial Craft Cocktail Bar Group. The sessions will start with a brief discussion on the roof about the challenges inherent in converting an old building into a modern hotel and the hotel`s design language that conveys contemporary urbanism. Short tours of different spaces in the hotel will follow.
Reservations are required for all 3 tours; each is limited to 25 participants.
 
 
55.
Studio 6B
The corner of 39 Ahad Ha`am St. and Bezalel Jaffe St.
Thursday, September 20th, 20:00-22:00    Friday, September 21st, 10:00-13:00: graduates exhibition   Saturday, September 22nd, 20:00; lecture  
Inaccessabile Tour
An open house at Studio 6B, which is situated in an eclectic building in downtown Tel Aviv that was designated a historical landmark and will undergo stringent preservation. During Open House weekend, there will be an exhibition of works by the graduates of the Department of Interior Design. On Saturday at 20:00, there will be a lecture by the architect, Yoav Messer, who was in charge of the design of the nearby Norman Hotel, Fabric Hotel and other hotels. He will talk about designing boutique hotels in buildings that were designated historical landmarks.
Open house and open exhibition for the first 60 people in line. Reservations not required.
 
 
56.
The Tel Aviv Spirit
Studio 6B, the corner of 39 Ahad Ha`am St. and Bezalel Jaffe St.
Saturday, September 22nd, 20:00  
Inaccessabile Tour
A 45-minute lecture at the end of the 12th Open House Tel Aviv-Yafo event, delivered by the architect, Yoav Messer, who has been a partner and friend of the event since its inception. He will talk about the optimistic spirit shared by planners in the city and Open House participants, who celebrate the Tel Aviv spirit. Messer will also describe some projects designed by his firm, which over the years have been showcased during Open House tours: Peres Center for Peace, Norman Hotel, Fabric Hotel, INK Hotel, Shneur House, and others.
Open lecture. Reservations not required.
 
 
57.
Krieger House – The Rothschild 71
71 Rothschild Blvd.
Thursday, September 20th, 12:30   Thursday, September 20th, 13:00   Thursday, September 20th, 13:30   Thursday, September 20th, 14:00  
Accessabile Tour
Architect: Zeev Rechter, 1934; Added wing and restoration architects: Michal and Hezi Berkowitz, 1999
Guided tours of a restored International Style building known as Krieger House, which was designated as a historical landmark. Since its construction, the building has been occupied by family members of its original owners, the physicians Dr. Moshe and Dr. Fanny (Tchlenoff) Krieger, and is now a boutique hotel. The tours will start in the ground floor lounge where the history of the building will be recounted, including its refurbishment in 2012. After that, visitors will be shown some of the apartments that were remodeled in 2012, designed in a contemporary style that preserved some of the Bauhaus elements. The tours will also include the building`s stairwell, whose original design remains intact. The Kriegers` grandchildren will accompany some of the tours.
Reservations are required for all 4 tours; each is limited to 25 participants.
 
 
58.
Between Industrial and Minimalist
47 Nachmani St., Apt. 9, 3rd floor
Friday, September 21st, 16:00-19:00; Saturday, September 22nd, 10:00-15:00  
Inaccessabile Tour
Interior design: Dafna Gravinsky, 2017
A visit at this designer`s apartment, who used to be a dancer and lived abroad for many years. The apartment was renovated from top to bottom and its redesign was inspired by New York lofts and dance studios.
Open house. Reservations not required.
 
 
59.
Between Retro and Brutalism
47 Nachmani St., Apt. 4, 2nd floor
Saturday, September 22nd, 10:00-15:00  
Inaccessabile Tour
Architects: Salty Architects, Motti Rauchwerger and Hadar Menkes, 2017
A three-room apartment following extensive renovations, which included the redesign of the space around a double-sided wood cabinet that separates the common area of the apartment from the bedrooms. The apartment incorporates a modern and clean design concept that makes use of raw concrete (terrazzo), wood and iron. A large number of the elements in the apartment were also built by its owners.
Open house. Reservations not required.
 
 
60.
A Star from the Star of David
Meeting place: next to the flame trees on Magen David Square
Thursday, September 20th, 16:00  
House for reservation
A hexagram tour of the streets and stories surrounding Magen David Square, one of Tel Aviv`s main and oldest city squares that is still bustling today. Led by Michal Weissman, the tour will focus on the square, the buildings encircling it and stories about Tel Aviv`s first neighborhoods in its vicinity, which were founded by different consortiums and companies: Nahlat Binyamin, New Company, Artisans Association and others. The three-hour tour will end at the starting point.
Open tour for the first 35 people in line. Reservations not required.
 
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