20 October 2018 - 12 Heshvan 5779 - י"ב חשון ה' אלפים תשע"ט
Open House Tel Aviv-architecture showcased E-mail

Open House Tel Aviv, an urban festival of architecture, will be held from 18 to 20 May, for the eleventh consecutive year, showcasing the architecture of Tel Aviv. The festival is part of the “Open House World Wide Organization”, which invites residents to get to know the most interesting houses and buildings that compose the landscape of their city.

Over 150 tours will be available to the general public and all of them are free. This year, members of the public will have the rare opportunity to explore, among other sites, Beit Ariela, the largest and oldest public library in Israel, and to go behind the shelves and into the archives to explore the treasures of the library.

In addition, the architect Ganit Mayslits Kassif will talk about the renovations that are taking place at the library, which is in the midst of a multiphase refurbishment process, and will also talk about the planned changes in the building and their impact on the entire complex.

Architects Rami and Hila Lotan will lead a tour of Yad LeBanim on Pinchas Street, which now serves as a municipal cultural centre. Designed by their grandfather, the building is scheduled to undergo renovation and expansion works that are expected to start soon.

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