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44.
Between a Home and a Habitat
The Zoological Garden, Klausner St., Ramat Aviv
Thursday, May 22nd, 16:30-18:00; tours will start every 15 minutes.  
Fit for childrenEchologic Tour

Have you ever asked yourself where an alligator sleeps, or when the light goes on in a bat`s home?  The Zoological Garden at Tel Aviv University will be holding tours for the entire family that focus on a variety of animals found in Israel and their habitats, which were planned, built and adapted to their unique needs.  Each tour lasts about an hour and is limited to 30 people on a first come, first served basis.

7 open tours. Reservations not required.

 
 
45.
A Habitat for Every Plant
The Botanical Garden, Klausner St., Ramat Aviv
Thursday, May 22nd, 16:30-18:00; tours will start every 15 minutes.  
Fit for childrenEchologic Tour

Why is a cactus prickly and plump, and why does a pine tree have needles rather than leaves? The Botanical Garden at Tel Aviv University will be holding tours for the entire family, during which the habitats and characteristic landscapes of various plants that grow in Israel and other places will be presented.  Each tour lasts about an hour and is limited to 30 people on a first come, first served basis.

7 open tours. Reservations not required.

 
 
46.
Introduction to Preservation I and II
Meeting place: 9 Rothschild Blvd.
Friday, May 23rd, 16:30 (fundamentals);    Saturday, May 24th, 16:30 (Professionals & `advanced` students)  
House for reservation
The town planner and PhD student Aya Haya Grinfeld, a former preservation consultant for the Municipality, leads these two tours which are part of an academic and critical research study. The focus will be on Tel Aviv-Yafo`s urban space, and in particular the White City zone. The tours will start on Rothschild Boulevard, continue from there to Bialik Street, and end on Nachlat Binyamin. Grinfeld will talk about basic concepts, the city`s preservation policy, preservation strategies, and plans for the future, while examining the challenges inherent in the planning approaches and the dilemmas between development and renewal, on the one hand, and preservation, on the other. Grinfeld will also describe the variety of interests that affect the different preservation philosophies – those of the developers, the Municipality, the city`s residents, and Israel`s citizens.
Friday, May 23rd, 16:30 (Introduction to Preservation I – a tour that deals with the fundamentals); Saturday, May 24th, 16:30 (Introduction to Preservation II – a tour for `advanced` students)
2 open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
 
47.
Time Amplitude
ZeZeZe Architecture Gallery, Tel Aviv Port, Hangar 21
Thursday, May 22nd, 20:00 (opening); Friday, May 23rd, 15:00, gallery talk.  

ZeZeZe Gallery will be hosting the exhibition Time Amplitude, which highlights different themes associated with landscape design and urban design, as reflected in the works of the Minadd architecture firm – which has been active in environmental planning in Israel for five decades (in different formats and combinations). The exhibition deals with key aspects of time, as articulated in the landscape architect`s work and urban design, in general, and in the works of the Minadd firm, in particular.  Other topics include the connection between architecture and art, and working on a variety of scales at the same time.

The exhibition opens on Thursday at 20:00. A gallery talk with members of Minadd`s staff, the landscape architects Zvi Dekel and Shlomi Zeevy and the architect Yair Avigdor, will held on Friday at 15:00.

Open exhibit and open session. Reservations not required.

 
 
48.
Bauhaus and Me
99 Dizengoff St., Bauhaus Center Gallery
May 24th, 11:00  

How does Israeli culture relate to the architectural and design ideas found in the German Bauhaus style?  An associative art discussion with the artist Andrea Morein, who created the exhibit "My Avant-Garde Inside Box #13," during which she will talk about, from an contemporary art perspective, the use made of iconic Bauhaus images in Israel in the 1950`s.

Open exhibit and discussion. Reservations not required.

 
 
49.
The Levant Fair – The Architectural Angle
Meeting place: the corner of Dizengoff St. and HaTa`arucha St.
Friday, May 23rd, 16:00  
House for reservation

A tour with an architectural-historical focus led by Yossi Goldberg, who has researched the history of fairs in Tel Aviv.  The tour marks the 80th anniversary of the dedication of this complex, where one of the largest and most inspirational events took place in Tel Aviv in the 1930`s – the Levant Fair, which was an international fair modeled after an expo (a world fair displaying various achievements). Goldberg will talk about how the idea of the fair was conceived, as well as the renewed development works currently underway at the complex. He will also point out the pavilions that were originally designed in the International Style by the best architects of the time. The tour lasts about 90 minutes.

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

 
 
52.
Sarona – From Then to Now
Meeting place: the corner of 34 Kaplan St. and 2 David Elazar St.
Saturday, May 24th, 14:30  
House for reservation

Yossi Goldberg, deputy curator of the Sarona Visitors Center, leads this tour of the Templer colony, which was recently opened to the public following years of preservation, restoration and renovation works.  The tour will focus on architectural and tourism-related aspects of Sarona`s development and preservation, which promises to be one of the most important tourist attractions in the city. Goldberg will also talk about some of the findings that were uncovered during the preservation works and when designing the Visitors Center.

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

 
 
53.
The Inner Landscape
8 Eybeschutz St., 3rd floor, Apartment 12
Friday, May 23rd, 11:00-14:00; Saturday, May 24th, 11:00-14:00  

Interior design: Hila Caspi, Caspi-Ravid Architects, 2012

A 90-square meter apartment that was designed for a young family in an urban and contemporary style.  By incorporating collections belonging to the owners and artistic photographs taken by one of them to cover elements in the kitchen and bedroom, the architect managed to create a personal ambience in the apartment that echoes the world and experiences of those who live there.

Open house. Reservations not required.

 
 
54.
A Pavilion Using a Magnifying Glass
2 Haim Levanon St., Ramat Aviv
Saturday, May 24th, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00 and 13:00  
House for reservation

Architects: Werner Yosef Witkover and Erich Baumann, 1958; Restoration and preservation architects: Uri Glezer in cooperation with Nili Armel and Ella Sahar; Landscape architecture: Dan Zur-Lior Wolf, 2013

A chance to become acquainted with one of the more unusual buildings designed by the architects Werner Witkover and Erich Baumann at the Eretz Israel Museum complex. This architectural icon can be seen from a distance and is easily recognizable due to the green ceramic ring that encompasses its façade.  The building, which was intended to be the acme of the museum campus (whose master plan was prepared by Witkover), was recently renovated following years of neglect.  The tours, led by the architect Uri Glezer, who was in charge of planning the preservation works, and Keshet Rosenblum, the curator of the exhibit "The First Pavilion", will expand on the museum`s decision to treat the pavilion as if it were earmarked for preservation, even though the building is not included on the municipal preservation list. They will also describe the painstaking restoration works that were carried out in order to restore its original glory.  The tours will include a visit at the exhibition led by the curator.

4 open tours for the first 40 people in line. Reservations not required.

 
 
55.
The Art of Hanging
Art Market, 3 HaTa`arucha St., Levant Fair
Saturday, May 24th, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00 and 14:00  

Do you know how to buy art for your home or office?  What are the proper criteria for choosing art that is going to be hung at home, and do they even exist?  How should art work be hung and illuminated at home?  Should the purchase of art work be regarded a long-term financial investment?  Sessions with Motti Abramovitz, the person behind Art Market, which is an art space specializing in the sale of works of art just like any other decorative piece intended for the home.  Abramovitz will address the questions that typically emerge when deciding whether to buy a work of art for the home, and attempt to put a crack in the reverence that Israeli culture attaches to this matter.  Each session lasts about 30 minutes.

4 open sessions for the first 30 people in line. Reservations not required.

 
 
57.
The Capsule Building
The Porter School of Environmental Studies, Tel Aviv University, Across from Gate 14, Ramat Aviv
Thursday, May 22nd, 9:00 – a tour with Lior Einy, Baran Group;    13:00 and 14:00 – tours with the landscape architect Ruth Maoz.   10:00 and 11:00 – tours with the architect Yossi Cory;    16:00 – a tour with the architect Yasha Grobman;   17:00 – a tour with the architect Nir Chen;    17:30 – engineer Yehoshafat Aharoni, air conditioning consultant.   Friday May 23rd, 10:00, 11:00 and 12:00 – tours with the architect Nir Chen;    10:00 and 11:00 - engineer Yehoshafat Aharoni, air conditioning consultant;    10:30 – a tour with Hofit Itzhak Ben Shalom, a green building consultant;   12:00, 13:00 and 14:00 – tours with the architect Yasha Grobman;  
Echologic Tour

Architects: Professor Yasha (Jacob) Grobman, Axelrod-Grobman Architects; Dr. Yossi Cory, Geotectura; Nir and Nili Chen, NCArchitects; Landscape architecture: Braudo-Maoz Landscape Architecture, 2014

A chance to visit this building, whose eye-catching presence is visible to all those driving on the Ayalon Highway. An environmental landmark in Israeli public architecture, the building will soon be open to the general public. It is the first ecological building in the country that is expected to receive the highest American Green Building Certification – LEED Platinum – and the Diamond Rating of the new Israeli Green Building Standard – 5281.

The tours, led by the architects and other individuals who were involved in constructing the building, will talk about the environmental vision that guided its builders, its planning process and how the environmental architecture decisions were made, the state-of-the-art energy and water conserving technologies that were incorporated in the building, and the research and informational activity that will take place there.

 Each tour is limited to the first 30 people in line. Reservations not required.

The building`s website

 
 
58.
The Artist Michal Perry`s Home
27 HaHashmal St.
Friday May 23rd, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00 and 15:00.  
House for reservationInaccessabile Tour

architecture: Michal Perry, 2014

A visit at an eclectic urban villa, which was the first home built on the sand dunes of the Electric Company complex, originally called the Ramat Hasharon neighborhood.  After it was constructed by the builder Moshe Blumenfeld, the home was bought by the Ratushnik family, who lived there for 12 years with their four children.  The building later underwent a number of metamorphoses, and at one point was even rescued from demolition.  The tours will describe the painstaking renovations that were carried out, which included restoration, rehabilitation and preservation of some of the original elements (windows, shutters, doors, walls, and plaster), and in particular, the splendid frescos the house boasts of.  The tours, led by Kati Kanevsky, a fresco restoration expert, will last about 20 minutes.

4 open tours. Reservations not required.

 

 
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