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200.
The Miller-Elad Family Apartment
5 Zlotzisty st. apt.#4, Tel Aviv.
Inaccessabile Tour
Architect: Dov Carmi, 1959. Interior renovation architect: Eitan Goodman, 2007.
An opportunity to visit one of Dov Carmi’s most complex buildings, its original lighting and shading solutions and his signature 2 level design, present in all of his apartments. The apartment was recently renovated by architect Eitan Goodman who kept some of its original qualities.
2 tours, limited to 25 pre-registered guests.
 
 
220.
Apartment of Ester Bachrach Yakobi
9 Gordon st., apt.#11, Tel Aviv.
Friday, 16.5, 9:00.  
Inaccessabile Tour

Architect: Dov Carmi, 1935. Conservation architect: Amnon Bar-Or, 2002. Interior design: Ester Bachrach Yakobi, 2002. An opportunity to visit an apartment located in a building designed by Dov Carmi in the 1930’s and renovated six years ago by designer Ester Bachrach Yakobi, keeping original design spirit with Terrazzo tiles and a typical contemporary floor plan. In the apartment - poet Gad Yakobi’s office, preserved as it was in his life. 
Open tour. Pre registration not required.
 
 
230.
Architect Miki Ben-Gan’s apartment.
4a Yalag Alley, apt. #4, Tel Aviv
Saturday, 17.5, 11:00-20:00.   Friday, 16.5, 11:00-20:00.  
Inaccessabile Tour
Architect: Miki Ben-Gan, 2004.
An opportunity to peep into a typical, standardized Tel Aviv apartment that turned into a bachelor pad, inspired by the old city in Jerusalem, housing originally designed and manufactured furniture.
Open tour. Pre registration not required
 
 
240.
Arieh Sharon and Workers’ Housing Projects.
33 Frishman st., Tel Aviv (In the internal patio).
Saturday, 17.5, 19:00  
Inaccessabile Tour
The Workers’ Housings building committee is host to Prof. Edina Meyer-Maril in a lecture dedicated to architect Arieh Sharon and the Workers’ Housing Projects. Prof. Meyer-Maril will bring up examples of similar housing concepts from around the world and discuss what is unique in the Israeli projects, as well as their contribution to the International Style. As part of the lecture, original sketches of projects planned by Arieh Sharon will be presented, drawn from his private estate.
Open event. Pre-registration not required.
* Seating is on mats, in the yard.
 
 
250.
Yossef Tischler - Architect and Urban Planner
The Bauhaus Center, 99 Dizngoff st., Tel Aviv.
Saturday 17.5, 13:00.  
Inaccessabile Tour
Architecture reseracher Dr. Baruch Ravid, the exhibition curator and author of a book about Yossef Tischler - will talk about the architect who designed more than 300 buildings in Tel Aviv as well as the Neve Sha’anan neighborhood.
Open event. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
260.
Sky Scrapers.
The Bauhaus Center, 99 Dizngoff st., Tel Aviv.
Friday, 16.5, 15:00-17:00.  
Inaccessabile Tour
Meet photographer Peter Moger, who works as a construction worker in some of the skyscrapers in Tel Aviv. Meeting will focus on his artistic work: photographs from high above and from unusual angles.
Open event. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
270.
Dizngoff Square Tour with architect Zvi Lishar
Meeting point: by entrance to the Cinema hotel.
Friday, 16.5, 10:00 and 11:00. Free Access.  
Accessabile Tour
Architect Zvi Lishar, designed the new square in 1978. In these 2 tours he will explain the reasoning behind lifting the square above ground level, and will talk about his ideas for upgrading and renovating of the square today.
Open event. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
280.
Cinema Hotel and Center Hotel.
1 Zamenhoff st., Tel Aviv.
Friday, 16.5, 12:00    and 13:00.   Saturday, 17.5, 12:00    and 13:00.  
Accessabile Tour
Architect: Yuda Megidowitz, 1939. Renovation architect: Arieh Debilensky, 2001.
A visit to the Bauhaus building that underwent restoration and turned from a mythological movie theatre into a small urban hotel. More than 80 guest rooms were built inside the main hall, on top of a dining room. The theater’s entrance and the main stairway were restored to their original state and today serve the hotel. The tour will then cross the street to the Center Hotel - a boutique hotel, designed around the “White City” concept.
Corner of Dizngoff and 1 Zamenhoff st., Tel Aviv.
4 tours, pre-registration required. Limited to 30 people.
 
 
290.
Apartment of architect Tzila Zak.
36 Hashoftim st. apt.#8.
Saturday 17.5, 14:00-16:00.  
Inaccessabile Tour
Interior design: Tzila Zak.
A visit to architect Tzila Zak’s apartment, located in a building which was designed by architect Dov Carmi in the 50’s. The apartment was renovated in the spirit of the original layout, preserving essential elements such as large windows with concrete sun-shades (Brise Soleil), located on both sides of the living room, and the bathroom which was design around the original french sink.
Open tour. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
300.
Behind The Scenes of the Opera.
19 Shaul Hamelech Blvd. Tel Aviv.
Friday, 16.5, 11:00   Saturday, 17.5, 19:00  
Inaccessabile Tour
Architect: Yakov Rechter, 1994.
Come see the opera world from within - take a peek at the makeup department, the wigs, the costumes, see how the auditorium looks like from the stage and hear the stories behind the Opera’s productions, in this extra-ordinary tour.
2 tour, pre-registration required, limited to 30 people.
 
 
310.
Hamishkan LeOmanuiot HaBama
19 Shaul Hamelech Blvd., Tel Aviv.
Saturday, 17.5, 11:00.  
Accessabile Tour
Architect: Yakov Rechter, 1994. Amnon Rechter: 2004.
Tour with architect Amnon Rechter around the different levels of the building, from the Opera house to the Cameri theater, from Yakov to Amnon Rechter.
Pre-registration required. Limited to 40 visitors.
 
 
320.
The Free Masons Hall
4 Berkowitz st. (The Museum Building), 4th floor
Friday, 16.5, 10:00 and 14:00.  
Architect: Irit Grinberg, 2008
Open House in the Free Masons new hall. This is a rare opportunity to visit the ornamented lodge, laden with emblems and history of the organization, and to get familiar with its ancient roots and objectives. The new temple is located in an office building, not far from the old building which is intended for demolition in the very near future.
Open event. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
330.
Between Architecture and the Law
Tel Aviv Court House. 1 Weizman st., Tel Aviv.
Friday, 16.5, 10:00  
Inaccessabile Tour
Architect: Yakov Rechter, 1965.
A journey with advocate Avigdor Feldman between the 3 independent spaces of the building: the public space, the juridical space (the Forbidden City) and the prisoners space (Inferno). The tour will focus on the connection between architecture, judgement ad power and will do the often-time undoable: pass in between the spaces.
Pre-registration required. Limited to 30 visitors.
 
 
340.
Asia House
4 Weizman St, Tel Aviv
Firday, 16.5, 10:00.   
Accessabile Tour
Architect: Mordechai Ben-Hurin, 1969-1973
A chance to meet an original and interesting Israeli architect at his most famous project, built of organic lines as, an environmentally friendly structure way before “green” was trendy.
 Open tour. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
350.
Tel Aviv 2000
Friday, 16.5 9.30 and 13:00.  
Inaccessabile Tour
The Square Building, Azrieli Center, Tel Aviv.
Meeting point: Entrance to the Square building lobby.
Come and hear about the ambitious urban-planning project “Tel Aviv 2000”, straight from the mouth of Miki Mansfeld, whose office (Mansfeld-Kahat) won a 2007 international architecture competition. The project, slated to become Israel’s new Central Business Center, is going to stretch over 3 million square feet and serve different functions - an advanced transportation center, commerce, residential blocks, hotels, cultural institutions and entertainment centers, parks and easy access roads to and from Tel Aviv, Ramat Gan and Givataim, for all types of transportation. As part of the lecture, guests will be able to observe the compound from the altitude of the Azrieli Square building.
Open event. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
360.
The Square Building.
The Square Building, Azrieli Center, Tel Aviv.
Friday 16.5, 9:30 and 11:00.  
Inaccessabile Tour
Meeting point: Entrance to the Square building lobby.
Architects: David Azrieli, Eli Atia; Yaski-Sivan Architects, 2008.
Would you like to observe Tel Aviv from an altitude of 500 feet? The Azrieli Buildings management invites you to two tours in the Square Building - the new addition to one of the most famous hallmarks of Tel Aviv - upon its opening. The tours, guided by Itay Reshef, CEO of the Azrieli Towers, will move through the 500 feet tall building and its 42 floors. A luxury hotel was built on floors 1-23, and above those - offices.
Two Open tours. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
370.
Underground Pasaages in Dizngoff Center
50 Dizngoff st., Tel Aviv.
Saturday, 17.5, 12:30 and 14:00.   
Inaccessabile Tour
Dizngoff Center’s Chief of Security and Operation, Itai Balali, will guide 2 tours, meandering through passages, spaces and usually-closed-to-the-public systems, among others - the pumping station at the lower level of the building, and more.
Meeting point: Gate 3 (on Dizngoff st.)
Open tour. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
380.
The History of Dizngoff Cetner’s Design Principles
50 Dizngoff st., Tel Aviv.
Saturday, 17.5, 11:00. Free access.  
Accessabile Tour
Architects: Yithak Yashar and Aliza Toledo, 1977.
Meeting with architect Aliza Toledo, who will discuss the planning process of one of Tel Aviv’s hallmarks and talk about where she got her inspiration - from the Nordia shacks to completion.
Meeting point: Gate 3 (on Dizngoff st.)
Open tour. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
390.
Landscape Development in Ibn Gvirol Street.
Meeting point: the London Ministore entrance on Ibn Gvirol street.
Saturday, 17.5, 12:00. Free access.  
Accessabile Tour
Landscape architects: Moriah-Skali Architecture, 2007-2008.
A tour with landscape architect Yael Moriah, focusing on the Ibn Gvirol street renovation project and the attempt to turn a central traffic artery into a bustling urban street by changing its sectioning.
Open tour. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
400.
Bialik House.
22 Bialik st., Tel Aviv.
Saturday, 17.5, 10:00   ,10:45   11:30    and 12:15.  
Inaccessabile Tour
Architect: Yossef Minor, 1924. Architect: Nitza Smok, 2007.
Four guided tours in the home of Israel’s “National” poet, which underwent meticulous conservation and will re-open to the public this summer. The tour will focus on the Bialik House unique status in Hebrew culture and architecture, and offer detailed explanations on its renovation process and the preservation of the entire Bialik compound. This is an opportunity to peek into Bialik’s world before the official opening.
2 tours guided by renovation architect Nitza Smok, at 10:00 and 10:45.
2 tours guided by the Bialik Compound manager, Ayelet Bitan Shlonsky, at 11:30 and 12:15.
4 tours, pre-registration required. Limited to 15 guests.
 
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