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410.
Bet-Reuven Museum (Reuven House
14 Bialik st., Tel Aviv.
Friday, 16.5, 11:00.    Saturday, 17.5, 12:00.  
Accessabile Tour
Tour the house of the painter Reuven, one of Isarel’s art pioneers. Reuven’s house turned into a museum upon his death. Tours will discuss the subjects of artist-homes-turned-museums: their place within a larger cultural texture, and preservation versus developmental needs of museums operating within previously private homes today.
2 tours, pre-registration required. Limited to 40 guests.
 
 
420.
Hidden Corners in Sarona
Saturday, 17.5, 10:00-12:00.  
Inaccessabile Tour
The Israeli Historical Landmark Preservation committee, the South Kirya Management and the Tel Aviv Tourism Association, cordially invite you to a unique and fascinating tour, around the magical houses of the Templar colony Sarona (at the Southern part of the Kirya) in Tel Aviv. The tour will pass through the streets and houses of the colony that until recently remained hidden between government offices and military compounds. Detailed explanations, descriptions and stories will be provided by the most acclaimed Sarona experts at different information spots placed around the village. Among the issues that will be discussed: who were the Templars? their building style and technologies, the planning of the first Templar compoud in Tel Aviv, acquaintance with the buildings, the industry and the community that inspired the entire Hebrew settlement.
Meeting point: corner of Arnia and Kalman Magen streets.
Open tour. Pre-registration not required.
For more information go to:www.shimur.co.il
 
 
430.
Urban Cottages in the Haskala Boulevard.
42-44 Haskala Blvd., Tel Aviv
Friday, 16.5, 12:00.  
Architect: Danny Lazar, 2004. A tour with architect Danny Lazar in a unique project of urban cottages he designed in Haskala Blvd. and see how the houses blend in the neighborhood texture and can be seen as an interesting example of a neighborhood’s rejuvenation. Includes a visit inside the houses. 
Tour limited to 25 pre-registered guests.
 
 
440.
Architect Sharon Chishnovsky’s House.
12 Shulman st., Bizron.
Friday, 16.5, 11:00-15:00. Free access.  
Accessabile Tour
Architect: Sharon Chishnovsky.
An opportunity to peep into a house that was originally built in the 50’s as a housing project for new immigrants and was re-designed in 2003 as a contemporary urban villa, with minimalist aesthetics, exposed construction, high ceilings and spaces that continue into the garden and blur the boundaries between indoors and out. An example of a different kind of Tel Aviv architecture, that does not cling to the 4-bedroom-ad-a-terrace standard.
Open house. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
450.
The Lev Ha’ir Quarter
3 Mazeh st., Tel Aviv.
Friday, 16.5, 9:30.  
Meeting point: The project’s Mazeh street entrance.
Architecture: Ada Carmi-Melamed Architects. Architects: Ada Carmi-Melamed, Dan Price, 2004.
A tour with the Israel Prize for Architecture Laureate Ada Carmi-Melamed through one of her most prominent and intriguing projects in recent years. This is a residential project stretching over roughly 2 acres in mid-town Tel Aviv, featuring, in addition to its apartments, a swimming pool and a spa.
Pre-registration required. Limited to 30 participants.
 
 
 
456.
White Square and the Edith Wolfson Park.
Derech Hashalom, corner of Derech Hatayasim, Tel Aviv.
Friday, 16.5, 16:00.  
Sculptor: Danny Karavan. Architect: Zvi Dekel, 1988.
Meet sculptor Danny Karavan and landscape architect Zvi Dekel inside their joint project - Kikar Levana (White Square) and the surrounding Edith Wolfson Park. A Presentation of the project and its history through questions and answers. Special attention will be given to the challenges of landscape sculpture in urban spaces.
Open meeting. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
460.
Who Will Follow the Ze’ev (wolf)
Meeting point: Bet Hakadim, 16 Nahal Binyamin st., Tel Aviv.
Inaccessabile Tour
Tracing the works of Ze’ev and Yakov Rechter, and focusing on the less known buildings they designed. Starting at Bet Hakadim (the Vase House) the tour will move north until the flower store at the center of Sderot Chen. Guided by architect Yermi Hoffman, head of the Landmark conservation department in the Tel Aviv municipality, and architect Amnon Rechter.
* An especially long tour.
Pre-registration required. Limited to 30 guests.
 
 
470.
46 HaCarmel
46 HaCarmel St (inside the market), Tel Aviv
Saturday, May 17, 9:30-18:00  
Inaccessabile Tour
Architect: unknown, 1928
In a daring move, the Rokotnitz-Mendel family bought a run down Bauhaus building in the Carmel Market and turned it into a three storey residential building. The restoration included minimal changes in the interior and even some of the house’s furniture was refurbished. This is a rare opportunity to discover the real estate potential in the market area.
Open tour. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
480.
Exhibition - Living On the Dune.
The Shalom Tower, 9 Ahad Ha’am st., Tel Aviv (main floor).
Saturday, 17.5, 12:30.   
Accessabile Tour
A guided tour through the exhibition that launched the Tel Aviv’s Preservation Project. Architect Niza Smok will take you through computerized presentation of the International Style buildings in Tel Aviv, a miniature model of the “Historic City”, films about the history of the city and more.
Pre-registration not required.
 
 
490.
Getting Familiar with the Shalom Tower.
9 Ahad Ha’am st., Tel Aviv.
Saturday, 17.5, 12:45  
Accessabile Tour
Meeting point: Entrance level, west hall.
Shula Vidrich will guide you through one of the first towers to have been built in Tel Aviv. The tour will kick off with the Nahum Gutman’s mosaic wall, move on to photographer Shimon Koberman’s exhibition and pass by Yuda Megidovitz’s models of Ahuzat Bait.
To register: 03-5100337.
 
 
500.
The Montifiori Hotel.
36 Montifiori st., Tel Aviv.
Friday, 16.5, 10:00   ,10:30   ,11:00   ,11:30   ,12:00   and 12:30.  
Inaccessabile Tour
Come peek at Rutti and Matti Brodo’s new and interesting project. After the Coffee Bar, the Braserie and The Bakery - they are now opening a boutique hotel and restaurant, inspired by 1930’s modernistic style.
Friday, 16.5, 10:00-13:00. Guided tours for 15 people will leave the building’s entrance every half hour.
6 tours for 15 pre-registered guests.
 
 
510.
Street Sculptures in the City.
Meeting point: Rothchild blvd. at Nahlat Binyamin st.
Accessabile Tour
Guide: Ronit Etrog.
This tour will take your eyes off of the buildings and onto the street sculptures spread throughout Rothchild blvd. Starting with a monument for the founders of the city, it will move on to Buky Schwartz’s “A Window to the Boulevard” and will end at Micha Ulman’s “Yesod” (foundation).
Pre-registration not required. Limited to 25 participants, first come first serve.
 
 
520.
Eliyahu Golomb’s House, the Hagana Museum.
23 Rothchild Blvd., Tel Aviv.
Friday, 16.5, 9:00-13:00. Free access.  
Accessabile Tour
Architect: Eliyahu Berlin, 1923; Yohanan Ratner (the museum addition), 1960-1961.
Visiting the Golomb family house is an opprotunity to hear about the family’s story as well as that of the underground organization created in it. This house is a great example for how life in Tel Aviv used to be in the very early years of its existence. Guided tours inside the house (preserved by the family) and a free visit to the museum.
Open House. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
530.
The Pomrok House.
56 Ehad Ha’am, Tel Aviv.
Friday, 16.5, 11:00-13:00.   Saturday, 17.5, 11:00-13:00.  
Inaccessabile Tour
Architect: Zaki Shlush, 1933.
Open house and meeting with advocate Zvi Pomrok in his office at the heart of Tel Aviv, located in the very apartment in which he grew up. The apartment was partially preserved and contains a historical collection of rare items dating back to the first days of Tel Aviv. This is a small family-museum of sorts.
Open House. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
540.
Studio 6B
39 Ahad Ha’am st., corner of 5 Bezalel Yafe st., Tel Aviv.
Saturday, 17.5, 12:00-16:00.   Friday, 16.5, 10:00-16:00.   
Inaccessabile Tour
Architect: unkonwn, 1929.
Open house in a School of Design located in an eclectic and impressive building. The “Olympic Village” project will be on display throughout the day. The project was designed by architects Amir Navon, Miki Ben Gan and Yuval Shidlovsky, in cooperation with Alex Giladi, member of the International Olypmic Committee.
Open House. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
550.
The Pagoda House
King Albert square (corner of Melchet and Nahmani streets), Tel Aviv.
Friday, 16.5. 9:00.  
Accessabile Tour
Architect: Alexander Levy, 1924.
Restoration Architect: Plesner Architects; Interior Architecture: Andrea Putman (Paris); Consultant for architecture and design: Tzila Zak, 2003.
Dreaming of peeking inside the Pagoda house? Unfortunately, this year too it will not happen. But by meeting the architects in charge of renovating this eclectic and special building, you’ll have an opportunity to hear about the renovation and restoration process the building underwent, learn about its internal plan, as well as verify (or debunk) some of the myths associated with this building.
Open meeting. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
560.
25 Nachmani Boutique Hotel
25 Nachmani st., Tel Aviv.
Friday, 16.5, 1200-16:00.   Saturday, 17.5, 12:00-14:00.  
Inaccessabile Tour
Original architect: Leo Adler by Moshe Cherner, 1925.
Architecture: Yoav Meser Architecture; Niza Smok Architecture, 1925.
Open houw in this large and intriguing building, slated to turn into a boutique hotel - including a digital presentation of the building’s story, and display of the layout for the new hotel.
Open house. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
570.
Ohel Moed Synagogue
5 Shadal St, Tel Aviv
Friday, May 16, 11:00-16:00, guided tours at 12:00, 13:30 and 15:00.   Saturday, May 17, open during prayer hours (no cameras and cell phones please).  
Inaccessabile Tour
Architect: Yosef Berlin, 1925
A peek inside the synagogue, designed by architect Yosef Berlin in the 1920s. In its center is a unique cupola built from a pattern of 15 steps leading heavenwards, representing the 15 levels of the Holy Temple, from which the “Songs of Ascent” were sung. The visit includes a tour of the synagogue’s main hall, women’s section, office of Rabbi Uziel and stories about Jewish Tel Aviv and the temple’s vision.
 
 
 
580.
The Nachum Gutman Museum
21 Shimon Rokah st., Neve Tzedek.
Saturday, 17.5, 11:00 and 12:00. Free Access.  
Accessabile Tour
Renovation architect and new building: Rony Zeibert, 1998 and 2008.
Tour open tours with architect Rony Zeibert in one of the first building of the Neve Tzedek neighborhood. The building used to be a center, and sometimes home for writers and intellectuals. After having been deserted and desolate for many years, it was renovated and was turned into a museum, solely dedicated to the art of Nachum Gutman. Tour will include a peek into the museum’s new wing.
2 open tours. Pre-registration not required.
 
 
590.
The Suzanne Dalal center.
5 Yehieli st, Neve Tzedek.
Saturday, 17.5, 10:30    and 11:30.  
Accessabile Tour
Meeting point: The central yard.
Architects: Elisha and Ronit Rubin: Landscape Architect: Shlomo Aronson.
Two gudied tours of the Theatre and Dance centers, will pass through the halls of the Yerushalmi and the Dalal buildings and run through the history of these sites - since its days as a girls’ school to the present day, and its effect on the transformation the neighborhood is undergoing. Tours are guided by Claudio Cogan, VP of the Suzanne Dalal center, and Doron Ozer.
Pre-registration required. Tours limited to 25 pre-registered people.
 
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