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Ben Yehuda Strasse Street
Meeting place: the corner of Allenby St. and Ben Yehuda St., next to the parking lot
Saturday, May 16th, 13:00  
A tour led by Yossi Goldberg in the main districts of Tel Aviv that were home to German and Austrian Jews in the 1930`s. He will focus on that community`s epicenter – Ben Yehuda Street – and cite key historical and literary events that took place there, as well as cultural institutions and communal memories. Goldberg will also describe how the Jewish immigrants from Central Europe modernized Tel Aviv during that period. The tour lasts about 90 minutes.
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 45 participants.
Bialik House
22 Bialik St.
Saturday, May 16th, 10:30    Saturday, May 16th, 12:00   
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
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 a few years ago. 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 have an opportunity to discover 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.
Reservations are required for both tours; each is limited to 25 participants.
Beit Ha`Ir
27 Bialik St., Bialik Square
Saturday, May 16th, 10:30    Saturday, May 16th, 12:00   
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
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 pertaining to a variety of Tel Aviv-related topics. "My Shirt Breathes" – which deals with smart clothing, fashion and technology - 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.
The Pri-Or Photography Studio
5 Tchernikovsky St.
Thursday, May 14th, 10:00-18:00; Friday, May 15th, 10:00-14:30;    Saturday, May 16th, 10:00-18:00  
House for reservationFit for childrenAccessabile Tour
A visit at a new exhibition of color photographs, originally taken in black and white by Rudi Weissenstein in the 1940`s. Brought to life by the artist Michelle Armel, the colorization offers a new perspective on some iconic photographs and the urban space in Tel Aviv of days gone by.
Pri-Or, the legendary photography studio founded by Rudi and Miriam Weissenstein on Allenby Street in 1940, is now in a new location under the management of their grandson, Ben Peter. The studio is a repository of Tel Aviv`s and Israel`s collective memory, containing more than a million negatives of photographs taken since 1936 of people, buildings and places, some of which are no longer with us.
Open exhibition. Reservations not required.
From the Second Life
29 Idelson St., 2nd and 3rd floors
Thursday, May 14th, 17:00-21:00; Friday, May 15th, 9:00-17:00;   Saturday, May 16th, 10:00-18:00  
House for reservationInaccessabile Tour
Part of the Max Liebling House exposure.
An exhibition based on research dealing with unfamiliar projects of architects who came here after they were forced to leave Germany in the 1930`s when the Nazis rose to power. The interdisciplinary display employs different types of media, including films, blueprints, literature and digital technologies, which depict various buildings that were designed by those emigrant architects. The exhibition traces their escape routes from Germany and their later lives in Israel, as well as events that took place in Germany and in Israel after World War II. The exhibition consists of nine portraits, each of which presents a different course of research methodology and another way of looking at the historical facts, raising a number of questions: How should one present and link a series of different events in different places and in different periods? How should one display the displacement of the ideas and the images and their impact on a different cultural milieu? And how should the paradox of their current preservation be assessed?
The exhibition is the product of a research study conducted at the Bauhaus-Universitat Weimar, under the supervision of Dr. Ines Weizman.
Open exhibition. Reservations not required.
From Bauhaus to Penthaus
29 Idelson St., 3rd floor
Thursday, May 14th, 19:00-20:30  
House for reservationInaccessabile Tour
The avant-garde spirit that characterized the Bauhaus School was founded on socialist values and advocated mass production at affordable prices. Art and design were considered an integral part of daily life, and were supposed to be at the service of people. A unique style thus evolved (that articulated the political turmoil of the period): communism, socialism, rapid industrialization, and ultimately Nazism, which brought an end to it. These topics will be discussed by a panel comprised of Dr. Ines Weizman from the Bauhaus-Universitat Weimar, Prof. Zvi Efrat from Bezalel, Shira Wilkof, Doctoral Candidate at the University of California, Berkeley, and a fellow at the Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center, The Hebrew University and Dr. Yermi Hoffman, the Director of the Preservation Department at the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality – moderated by the architect Sharon Golan from the Preservation Department. The following questions will also be raised: what role do those values play in our society today, how should they be expressed, and is our local culture capable of acknowledging the historical value of the Bauhaus style, including all its profound implications?
Open discussion. Reservations not required.
Architecture in Palestine 1918-1948
29 Idelson st.
Thursday, May 14th, 17:00-21:00; Friday, May 15th, 9:00-17:00;    Saturday, May 16th, 10:00-18:00. On Saturday, May 16th , 12:30   a discussion about the exhibit with Dr. Zvi Elhyani.  
Inaccessabile Tour
Part of the Max Liebling House exposure.
A renewed display of the documentary exhibit created by the late architecture researcher, Dr. Myra Warhaftig. The original exhibit was an initiative of the Goethe Institute in Israel in 1997, after which it was displayed in Berlin and New York.
The exhibit deals with the work of some 60 German-speaking architects who emigrated to Palestine after the rise of the Nazis as well the buildings they designed, mostly in the International Style. The architects include: Erich Mendelsohn, Arieh Sharon, Oskar Kaufmann, Richard Kauffmann, Leopold Krakauer, Shmuel Mestechkin, Yohanan Ratner, Elsa Gidoni, Lotte Cohn, Joseph Neufeld, Munio Gitai-Weinraub and Albert Mansfeld.
Saturday, May 16th , 12:30 – a discussion about the exhibit with Dr. Zvi Elhyani
Open exhibit and open session. Reservations not required.
The "Kante" and the "Dubel"
29 Idelson St., 3rd floor
Saturday, May 16th, 11:00  
House for reservationInaccessabile Tour
Part of the Max Liebling House exposure.
Dr. Arch. and translator, Uriel Adiv, is about to complete the editing of a dictionary of German words that are commonly used in contemporary Hebrew. After collecting the materials for eight years, his work will soon be released on the Internet. As part of the Open House weekend and on the occasion of launching his dictionary, Dr. Adiv will deliver a lecture on German words associated with construction and engineering, in which he will explain how many words, especially ones related to those two disciplines, found their way into the Hebrew language.
Open lecture. Reservations not required.
The Municipal Archive Portfolio Project
29 Idelson st.
Thursday, May 14th, 17:00-21:00;    Friday, May 15th, 9:00-17:00; Saturday, May 16th, 10:00-18:00   Sessions and talks with the artist on Friday, May 15th at 11:00    and at 15:00, and on Saturday, May 16th at 10:30 and 16:00.  
House for reservationInaccessabile Tour
Part of the Max Liebling House exposure.
This installation by the artist Leoni Schein is on display inside the closets in the third floor apartments. It is an archive comparable to the municipal archive, and resembles a reflection of the archive concealed in the basement of the Engineering Administration on Ben Gurion Boulevard – one of the cornerstones of red tape in the city. The archive in this project has been reorganized and recataloged in an attempt to revive the relationship between the municipal bureaucracy, the city`s planners and local residents, and shifts the weight from the public and technical planning process to a personal and emotional narrative.
Inspired by collections at the Museum fur Naturkunde in Berlin, Schein displays the archive`s documents as if they were biological tissues inside formaldehyde bottles, Petri dishes and microscope slide samples.
The first part of the project that is currently on display focuses on architects who came from Germany or those who acquired their education there.
Sessions and talks with the artist on Friday, May 15th at 11:00 and at 15:00, and on Saturday, May 16th at 10:30 and 16:00.
Open sessions. Reservations not required.
Gardens and Landscape Systems in the White City
Meeting place: next to the fountain on Habima Square
Thursday, May 14th, 12:00  
House for reservationEchologic Tour
A tour led by Dr. Ada V. Segre, who specializes in the conservation of historical gardens, and the architect, Adi Rose, from the Department of Building Preservation at the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality, further to a gardens survey that was conducted by the Department. The tour will pass through gardens and yards in the White City and focus on the landscape systems found at International Style apartment buildings, which are unique to Tel Aviv and whose unexpected elements have historical and conservational significance from a national and international perspective. The tour lasts about two hours.
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 40 participants.
Joseph Bau House
9 Berdichevsky St.
Thursday, May 14th, 18:00-21:00   Friday May 15th, 11:00-15:00   Saturday, May 16th, 12:00-19:00   Guided tours will start every hour on the hour for the first 20 people on line.  
Inaccessabile Tour
 A visit at the modest studio used by the illustrator, Joseph Bau, from 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 area, the animation machine he invented and assembled on his own, a tiny movie screen including two types of projectors 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.
Writer`s House
6 Kaplan St.
Friday, May 15th, 12:00  
House for reservation
Architect: Dov Karmi, 1957; Preservation architect: Giora Solar; A project in its initial stages
The preservation architect, Giora Solar, and the Director of the Hebrew Writers Association, Arnon Porat, will talk about the preservation plans and the master renewal plan for this building that is home to the Hebrew Writers and Poets Association in Israel. It was built after the establishment of the State of Israel on land that had been part of the Templer Sarona Colony, in keeping with a policy that encouraged public construction in the area. The current design is characterized by modernist architecture, which conformed at the time to Israel`s austerity period in the 1950`s. The new blueprint includes the restoration of the original building (and demolition of later additions), the establishment of a museum dedicated to Hebrew literature, whose history is intertwined with Writer`s House, and construction of a 9-story apartment building on the rear section of the lot. The tour lasts about 30 minutes.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
Givon Square
Meeting place: Aranya Street
Thursday, May 14th, 18:00; Saturday, May 16th, 17:00  
Accessabile Tour
Architects: TeMA-Urban Landscape Design, Architects: Orna Freifeld Best and Lital Szmuk Fabian; Chief Architect: Yinon Levi; A project nearing completion
A tour with the architect Orna Freifeld Best at a project that converted a parking lot wedged between two buildings into an active urban square, achieved by `burying` the parking lot below ground, installing tiles on the surface, and opening an additional row of stores and cafes on the ground floors of the buildings that face the square. The project entailed excavating a 5-story underground public parking lot, and may also include renovation of the facades of the buildings facing the square (by the people leasing the buildings). The square, intended solely for pedestrians, will host urban happenings such as markets, open-air screenings of films, cultural events and performances, and other public gatherings.
The tours will focus on the main aspects of planning the square: infrastructures and design.
2 open tours. Reservations not required.
The Sarona Visitors Center
14 Albert Mendler St.
Thursday, May 14th, 11:00, 12:00, 17:00, 18:00 and 19:00;    Friday, May 15th, 10:00, 12:00 and 14:00   Saturday, May 16th, 11:00, 14:00,15:00.  
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
A guided tour of the Sarona Visitors Center that is run by The Society for Preservation of Israel Heritage Sites. It is located in the former home of the Templer Baldenhofer family, which was built in 1905. Following the establishment of the State of Israel, the building housed the office of the Minister of Police. The Visitors Center recounts the story of Sarona from the end of the 19th century to the present time. The first floor deals with the original Templer colony. The second floor focuses on the British Mandate period, Israel`s struggle for independence, the founding of the IDF, and the government campus located in Sarona. The basement is devoted to the preservation plans and public activities taking place at the modern day site.
The tours will be led by Dr. Sonia Cheshnin, the director of the Visitors Center, Yossi Goldberg, a researcher and deputy curator of the Center`s permanent exhibition, and other guides and volunteers. The tours last about an hour.
The Center`s website 
10 open tours for the first 50 people in line. Reservations not required.
The Story Behind Sarona`s Preservation
Meeting place: 14 Albert Mendler St., next to the Visitors Center
Saturday, May 16th, 9:30  
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
The former Templer colony was opened to the public about a year ago, following a long and complicated preservation, restoration and renovation process. The compound, which for decades served as a campus for government offices, has now become one of the major tourist attractions in the city. The tour will led by Yossi Goldberg that will describe the works that were carried out at the Sarona colony in order to salvage its colorless and dilapidated buildings, which were enclosed by a fence, and their transformation into buildings replete with charm and architectural appeal.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
The Templer Tunnel in Sarona
Meeting place: 27 David Elazar St.
Thursday, May 14th, 10:00-12:00 and 17:00-19:00;    Friday, May 15th, 10:00-13:00;    Saturday, May 16th, 10:00-12:00 and 14:00-16:00  
House for reservationInaccessabile Tour
Brief tours of the 5-7 meter deep and 100 meter long underground tunnel, led by guides from the Sarona Visitors Center. The tunnel, dug by the Templers about 120 years ago, was apparently used by them to transport wine casks on wheelbarrows between the different sections of the winery.
Entrance to the tunnel will be in groups of up to 49 people every half hour, on a first come, first served basis.
Open tours. Reservations not required.
Stops in Sarona
Meeting place: 14 Albert Mendler St., next to the Visitors Center
Saturday, May 16th, 9:00-13:00  
House for reservationFit for children
The story behind some of the facilities at the Templer colony will be retold during Open Houses weekend, including how they were restored and salvaged. In a few of the cases, their renewed operation will also be demonstrated.
The restoration and preservation of the Templer oven: Shai Farkash, a restoration expert from Studio Tchelet, will tell the story of the oven and the preservation works associated with it. Saturday, May 16th, 9:00
Sarona`s Kegelbahn (bowling alley): the story of the first bowling alley in the country, built by the Templers, and an on-the-premises demonstration by Shai Farkash from Studio Tchelet. Saturday, May 16th, 10:00 and 12:00
The Antilia Well:  Ron Hedvati, the Mishor district director of The Society for Preservation of Israel Heritage Sites, will recount the story of the Antilia well`s discovery and preservation. Saturday, May 16th, 12:30
Open sessions. Reservations not required.
Being Creative in the Spirit of Preservation
On the lawn next to the Sarona Visitors Center
May 16th, 9:00-12:00  
House for reservationFit for children
The Visitors Center will be hosting arts & crafts sessions for kids, whose theme is inspired by the Templer buildings in the Sarona colony. The activities are suitable for children aged 4 and older, who must be accompanied by their parents.
Open sessions based on availability. Reservations not required.
Sarona – Architecture and Preservation
Meeting place: the corner of 34 Kaplan St. and 2 David Elazar St.
Thursday, May 14th, 15:00;    Saturday, May 16th, 16:30  
House for reservation
Yossi Goldberg, a deputy curator at the Sarona Visitors Center, leads this tour of the Templer colony. He will highlight the architectural styles that were prominent in Sarona between the time the Templers founded and left the colony. Goldberg will recount the stories behind the unique architectural elements found in Sarona, and describe different aspects of the preservation works that were carried out there in recent years. He will also talk about the changing face of the Templers` German heritage that can be found throughout Sarona`s history.
Reservations are required for both tours; each is limited to 45 participants.
Sarona – The Business Vision
Meeting place: the corner of David Elazar St. and Kaplan St.
Friday, May 15th, 17:00  
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
How do you turn a rural historic compound into a thriving urban and business space, and what role do the commercial establishments play in the experience when strolling around refurbished Sarona? A tour with Iris Bartz, the CEO of the Sarona Management Company, which will trace the vision that guided the renovation of the Templer colony until its reopening to the public, including the business model underlying it.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
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