Take a peek: Open House in TA

May 13, 2017 21:22
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The 10th annual Open House event in Tel Aviv invites the public to explore the city in a series of unconventional tours, which include outstanding apartments, skyscrapers and studios.

During one weekend, Tel Aviv offers a view inside 140 buildings, including private homes, studios, unique synagogues, architecturally significant public buildings, intriguing construction sites, plazas and parks. Throughout the weekend, the public can visit, explore and hold discussions about these sites.Highlights include guided tours at the posh and iconic Meier on Rothschild Tower (42 floors high), the French ambassador’s residence in Jaffa, guided tours at the Bialik House, the home of Israel’s national poet (requires registration) and the graffiti and street art tour in Florentin (requires registration).

A variety of contributors such as architects, developers and property owners participate.

Runs May 18 through 20. Visit batim-il.org for a full schedule and location details.

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