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61.
The Nachlat Yitzhak Flour Mill
17 Yehuda and Noah Mozes St. (next to the corner of Yigal Alon St.)
Friday, May 20th, 11:00,    Friday, May 20th, 11:30,    Friday, May 20th, 12:00,    Friday, May 20th, 12:30  
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An opportunity to visit a flour mill still in operation in Nachlat Yitzhak – one of the few remaining remnants from this industrial-agricultural district which supplied Tel Aviv with fresh produce in the 1920s. Come and discover the industrial facility hidden within one of the most noticeable buildings on the east bank of the Netivey Ayalon highway. Led by Mickey Zuckerman who is one of the mill`s owners, the tour will include a brief review of Nachlat Yitzhak`s history, the neighborhood that once had the highest concentration of flour mills, cow barns and dairies.
Reservations are required for all 4 tours; each is limited to 20 participants.
 
 
62.
AZOURI Eco Tower – Israel`s First Green Hi-Rise
34 Hamasger St.
Friday, May 20th, 16:00, 16:45 and 17:30;    Saturday, May 21st, 16:00, 16:45 and 17:30  
Echologic TourInaccessabile Tour
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Architects: OKA Architects - Orit Willenberg Giladi & Keren Jedwab, 2011.
The first hi-rise building in Israel constructed in accordance with LEED – the certification system devised by the U.S. Green Building Council. It illustrates how contemporary construction using stylish finishing materials can be ecologically efficient and conserve energy. The building has systems for recycling air conditioning condensation and collecting rainwater, radiation reducing windowpanes, options for natural ventilation, state-of-the-art systems for controlling lighting and air conditioning, parking spots for bicycles, gardens, etc. The tour lasts about 30 minutes.
6 open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
63.
Concrete Classics
Meeting place: 56 Yitzhak Sade St., Yad Eliyahu
Saturday, May 21st, 16:00  
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Sharon Golan, an architect from the Conservation Department at the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality, will be leading this tour, which examines one of the cooperative construction projects executed in the early days of the State of Israel, inhabited at the time by members of the Histadrut (Trade Union) elite. The tour will focus on two of the less known buildings – located on 56 Yitzhak Sade Street - that were planned by Avraham Yaski, a recipient of the Israel Prize for Architecture, and his partner, Amnon Alexandroni, and will attempt to uncover the ideology concealed between the concrete beams and the exposed silicate bricks.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
 
 
64.
The Ecology of Residential Construction
9 Beit Oved St., 4th floor, Hall 445 (the entrance is from the arcade using the southern elevator)
Friday, May 20th, 12:00-16:30.    The discussions will be held at 15:00, 15:40 and 16:30.  
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Sessions at the firm of the architects Neta Davidie and Tal Rozin, during which discussions will be held about residential green building (either new or renovations) and the tools that can be used to improve the ecological qualities of private residences. There will also be a brief presentation and review of green topics that pertain to residential construction, energy conservation, water recycling, as well as various building materials, and how all these can be adapted to the housing market in Israel.
The firm, located in an old industrial building and remodeled with an emphasis on ecological themes, will be open for visits starting at 12:00.
3 open discussions limited to 40 participants each on a first come, first served basis.
Reservations not required.
 
 
65.
A Democratic Ecological Garden in Kiryat Sefer
The entrance is from the corner of Amram Gaon St. and Kiryat Sefer St. (via Yehuda Halevi St.)
Friday, May 20th, 12:00-17:00; Saturday May 21st, 12:00-17:00  
Fit for childrenEchologic TourAccessabile Tour
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After more than 15 years of a public battle waged by the neighborhood`s residents, the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality decided to revise the plans that had called for constructing houses on the lot and is developing an open garden in their place. For three years local residents have been holding various activities on the lot, thereby creating a garden reality in practice. Last year the residents and other relevant parties entered into a unique process aimed at devising a joint plan for the garden. As part of the Houses From Within weekend and in the format of a community-environmental-planning celebration, members of the lead team – comprised of neighborhood activists, Municipality representatives and the planners – will present the plan right before the works at the site begin. Tours will start every hour on the hour.
Open garden. Reservations not required.
 
 
66.
The Brown Hotel
25 Kalischer St.
Friday, May 20th, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00 and 14:00;   Saturday, May 21st, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00 and 14:00.  
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Interior architecture: David Grunzweig; Interior design: Rubi Israeli, 2010
An open house and guided tours at one of the most stylish boutique hotels that opened this past year in Tel Aviv. The hotel, designed in a fashionable retro style and built in what was a nondescript office building from the 1990s (until recently a bank) - was adapted to meet the needs of an urban clientele. The tours will present the vision of urban hotelkeeping, offer a glimpse of some of the rooms, and go up on the rooftop veranda that faces the sea.
8 guided tours, each of which is limited to 20 participants on a first come first served basis.
Open house and open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
67.
Preservation of Buildings and Trees at Risk
Meeting place: 23 Kalischer St.
Saturday, May 21st, 9:30  
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A tour with the architect Guy Nardi – director of the Greater Tel Aviv Community of the Society for the Preservation of Nature in Israel – which will address the challenges inherent in preserving the buildings found in Tel Aviv`s White City together with the old trees in their yards. The tour will stop at five downtown sites designated for preservation, some of which have 80 and 90-year old trees that have survived, and at other sites whose old trees have disappeared. The tour will end at 53 Mazeh St., under the most beautiful sycamore tree in the city.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
 
 
68.
S. Horowitz & Co. Law Offices
31 Ahad Ha`am St. and the corner of Yavne St., Tel Aviv
Friday, May 20th, 9:00-16:00  
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
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Original building architects: Huberman, Borner and Stark; and B. Margolin and G. Koigan; the three buildings were constructed in 1926; Renovation architecture: Miriam Meiman and Bruria Shaked-Okon, with the participation of Architect Nina Chernobilski, 2009
A chance to learn about an unusual project that links three buildings designated for preservation (one of them in an eclectic style) in the heart of Tel Aviv. The buildings originally served as residences and commercial establishments. This project seeks to offer a novel solution to the growing need for office space by the S. Horowitz & Co. law firm which currently occupies the buildings, while at the same time incorporating urban preservation concepts and without compromising the relationship between the buildings and the street or the skyline. The final outcome preserves the buildings as "independent entities" after having joined them into a harmonious complex by means of a transparent entrance lobby.
Open house. Reservations not required.
* The tour will only pass through the firm`s public areas. Access to the attorneys` offices will not be permitted.
 
 
69.
Branding, Functionality, Design, Space
The Daniella Lehavi Store, 21 Rothschild Blvd.
Friday, May 20th, 11:00-14:00; Saturday, May 21st, 11:00-17:00.  
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Meetings with the architects Philip Tomanck and Karina Tulman, who specialize in designing commercial spaces. They designed this flagship store on Rothschild Boulevard for the handbag and accessories designer, Daniella Lehavi, as well as other prominent business establishments.
The sessions will address the connection between branding, functionality, design and space, during which the architects and members of Daniella Lehavi`s staff will present the fundamentals of planning a commercial space – including the selection of the location, the division of the interior space, the choice of materials, and the translation of branding values into architectural elements.
Each session lasts about 30 minutes.
The sessions on Friday at 11:00, 12:00 and 13:00, are limited to 30 participants each on a first come, first served basis.
Reservations not required.
 
 
70.
The Architect Uri Palan`s Loft
6 Rothschild Blvd., first floor
Friday, May 20th, 9:00-16:00; Saturday, May 21st, 13:00-19:00  
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An entire floor consisting of about 180 square meters, situated in an old building in downtown Tel Aviv, which has turned into a huge loft designed in a minimalist style. The space is comprised of a large kitchen joined with the living room, bedrooms (separated by a glass partition), and an office. It reveals the resident architect`s fondness for building materials.
Open house. Reservations not required.
 
 
71.
Israeli Architecture Archives
Shalom Tower, 9 Ahad Ha`am St., basement floor (the steps leading to the basement are next to Office Depot)
Friday, May 20th, 13:30    Friday, May 20th, 15:00   Friday, May 20th, 16:30  
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For more than 15 years, the architect and historian Zvi Elhaini has been compiling the most extensive and comprehensive documentation of architectural culture in Israel. He will host a brief tour of the growing collection which is kept in the basement of the Shalom Meir Tower, the site of the former Herzlyia Gymnasium. Elhaini will share with the visitors the rationale for compiling the collection, the range of materials that are stored, and his overall approach to architectural archiving.
Reservations are required for both tours; each is limited to 25 participants.
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72.
The Most Coveted Street in Israel
Meeting place: the corner of Rothschild Blvd. and Nachlat Binyamin St.
Friday, May 20th, 11:00  
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Meeting place: the monument commemorating Ahuzat Bayit`s founders, the corner of Rothschild Blvd. and Nachlat Binyamin St.
According to a survey conducted by "Leomek Hatodaa," 29% of all Israelis would like to live on Rothschild Blvd. What makes this street so good and desirable? Valentina Nelin, a sustainable architecture consultant, will lead a tour that examines famous boulevards through a climactic lens, also tracing the architectural and sustainable qualities that render them so appealing. The tour lasts about 90 minutes.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
 
 
73.
Eliyahu Golomb House – The Haganah Museum
23 Rothschild Blvd., Tel Aviv
Friday, May 20th, 9:00-13:30  
House for reservationFit for childrenAccessabile Tour
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Architect: Yosef Tischler, 1923; Yochanan Ratner (Museum addition), 1960-1961
A visit at the Golomb residence, which relates both the annals of the family as well as the "Haganah" paramilitary organization that was founded there. Throughout the morning there will be guided tours of the two restored rooms in the family`s home, which are indicative of life in Tel Aviv during the city`s early days.
Open house. Reservations not required.
 
 
74.
The First International Bank Building
42 Rothschild Blvd. and the corner of Shadal St., Tel Aviv
Friday, May 20th, 10:00;    Friday, May 20th, 11:00;    Friday, May 20th, 12:00;   Friday, May 20th, 13:00.  
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Architects: Pei, Cobb, Fried & Partners and Nir-Kotz Architects; Structure: the late Shemaya Ben Avraham; Preservation Architect: Amnon Bar Or, 2009
A tour of one of the most talked about towers recently built in the city, which serves as the headquarters of the First International Bank. The architectural approach that guided the planners of this 32-story building was to pay tribute to Rothschild Boulevard, enabling pedestrians to have an unobstructed view of the adjacent buildings designated for preservation: the Levin House (the former Russian Embassy), the Rivka Grinwald House and the Community Committee`s House. The triangle formed as a result of this unobstructed view was replicated throughout the height of the building as a repetitive geometric solution. The project also entailed renovation and preservation of the Rivka Grinwald House and the Community Committee`s House, which currently serves as the Bank`s main branch. This is one of many projects planned by the building`s architects, the New York firm of Pei, Cobb, Fried & Partners, who also designed the pyramid at the entrance to the Louvre in Paris and other famous edifices worldwide.
The tour will start on the Boulevard, pass through the lobby, stop to observe the works of the artist Nahum Tevet, continue from there up to the tower which also houses an impressive collection of Israeli art, and end with a view of the city from the roof veranda on the 15th floor.
Four tours, each limited to 20 participants.
* Photography is not permitted in the building.
 
 
75.
The Levin Residence (Heseg House)
46 Rothschild Blvd.
Friday, May 20th, 9:30,    Friday, May 20th, 10:00,    Friday, May 20th, 11:00,    Friday, May 20th, 11:30,   
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Architect: Yehuda Magidovich, 1924; Preservation architect: Amnon Bar Or and Moti Bodek, 1991
Tours for small groups at one of the most beautiful and famous houses ever built in Tel Aviv, which for years also served as the Soviet Embassy and later as Sotheby`s Israeli auction house. The house, of mansion proportions and splendor and originally built for Zvi Yaakov Levin`s family, features ornate facades and a roof that could be opened. It currently serves as the head office of the Heseg Foundation which grants scholarships to lone soldiers after their release from the army. The tour lasts about 30 minutes.
All four tours require reservations; each tour is limited to 20 participants.
 
 
76.
Ohel Moed Synagogue
5 Shadal St., Tel Aviv
Guided tours will take place at 11:00, 12:30 and 14:00.  
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Architect: Yosef Berlin, 1925
A glimpse of the synagogue that was designed by the architect Yosef Berlin in the 1920s. There is an unusual and splendid domed roof in the middle of the structure, built in the form of 15 steps leading to heaven and symbolizing the 15 steps that were in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, where the 15 "Songs of Ascent" were sung.
The visit includes a tour of the synagogue`s main hall, the area designated for women`s prayer, Rabbi Uziel`s office, as well as stories about Jewish Tel Aviv and the synagogue`s vision.
* Smoking, photography and cell phone use are prohibited inside the synagogue.
Open house. No reservations required.
 
 
77.
The Lev Tel Aviv Neighborhood
Meeting place: 91 Yehuda Halevi St. and the corner of 36 Nachmani St.
Saturday May 21st, 16:00-17:30  
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A tour with the Tel Aviv-Yafo historian, Yossi Goldberg, who with the help of historic photographs will trace the annals of this neighborhood, which was established on sand dunes in the middle of the 1920s. The tour will pass by prominent buildings in the neighborhood and relate the stories of those who lived in them. The book will be sold at a discount during the tour.
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 40 participants.
 
 
78.
The Kol Yehuda Synagogue
5 Lilienblum St., Neve Tzedek
Friday, May 20th, 8:30, 9:00, 9:30, 15:00, 15:30, and 16:00  
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Architect: Yehuda Magidovich, 1938
A visit at a synagogue designed by Magidovich for the Jewish community from Aden (the former capital of South Yemen). The façade of this unassuming building does not give away its inner monumental grandeur. The building is indicative of Magidovich`s virtuosic architectural abilities, having created within it an elegant and rhythmic space by means of a network of exposed construction beams. 
The tours will be led by the historian Danny Goldschmidt (whose grandfather bought the lot on which the synagogue was built in the 1920s), who is currently establishing a center for Aden Judaism at the site.
6 open tours. Reservations not required.
 
 
79.
Le Corbusier in Tel Aviv
Meeting place: 12 Lilienblum St.
Friday, May 20th, 10:00  
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A tour led by the architect Avi Mayer who, as part of his MA thesis, researched Le Corbusier`s impact on architecture in Tel Aviv. The tour includes stops at three buildings: Soskin House on 12 Lilienblum St., Engel House on 84 Rothschild Blvd., and Aginsky House on 5 Engel St. Mayer will talk about the Le Corbusier planning principles that were incorporated in these three residences.
Reservations are required; the tour is limited to 20 participants.
 
 
80.
From Frescos to Wall Paints
The Paint Store Featuring Ralph Lauren Paint, 33 Hahashmal St. (opposite Memsi)
Friday, May 20th, 10:00-14:00; Saturday, May 21st, 10:00-14:00  
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Eight painting demonstrations using different techniques, and two lectures dealing with architecture and paint that will trace how paint has been used both inside and outside the home in various cultures and in different periods. The lectures, delivered by the architect Ori Goor, will highlight the use made of paint in Israeli premodernism (primarily in frescos) and the role that paint plays in Anglo-Saxon interior decorating.
The lectures will take place on Friday and Saturday at 12:00, lasting about 30 minutes.
Entrance is on a first come, first served basis.
Reservations not required.
 
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