|Statement||Anthony G. White.|
|Series||Architecture series--bibliography,, A 2166|
|LC Classifications||Z5944.I7 W37 1989, NA1478 W37 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. ;|
|LC Control Number||89166137|
In , the city of Tel Aviv was declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site, an exemplar of modernism in architecture and town planning. Today, the Hebrew city of Tel Aviv gleams white against the desert sky, its Bauhaus-inspired architecture betraying few traces of what came before it: the Arab city of Jaffa.4/5(6). - Buy Architecture of Tel-Aviv: A Selected Bibliography (Architecture Series) book online at best prices in India on Read Architecture of Tel-Aviv: A Selected Bibliography (Architecture Series) book reviews & author details and more Author: Anthony G. White. The Bauhaus approach touched the architecture of Tel Aviv while Palestine was still under the British Mandate. It developed quickly and strongly in what became the state of Israel, under the influence of young German architects who had escaped the guide describes the city's heritage. The importance of Bauhaus architecture in Tel Aviv is such that there are three institutions dedicated to it. The Bauhaus Center in Tel Aviv organizes exhibitions about architecture, design, and art. Their bookstore sells books, postcards, posters, and other Bauhaus themed souvenirs. The center also organizes a Bauhaus in Tel Aviv walking tour.
This AD Architecture City Guide is dedicated to the vibrant city of Tel Aviv, originally established as a garden-city on the sandy shores of the Mediterranean in Although widely known as. From February to the end of March , the Museum of Finnish Architecture will host an exhibition presenting the Modern Movement Architecture of Tel Aviv. The exhibition was first shown in Tel Aviv’s Art Museum in as part of celebrations following UNESCO’s recognition of the White City of Tel Aviv as a World Heritage Site in The architecture of Tel Aviv's movie theaters can be seen as a reflection of Israeli architectural history: The first cinema, the Eden, opened in , was an example of the eclectic style that was in vogue at the time, combining European and Arab traditions. The new wing of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, opened in , is standing proof of Israel’s incredible art and design scene and its dedication to g around the building is an experience by itself, as it was designed as a serious of axes overlapping and interfacing, mean to be a reminder of Israel’s variety of cultures.
Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus and International Style architecture in the world. Micha Gross from the Israeli city's . Below are nine beautiful examples of Bauhaus architecture in and around Tel Aviv. Most of these buildings are featured in a book Dr. Gross edited . The Bauhaus approach touched the architecture of Tel Aviv while Palestine was still under the British Mandate. It developed quickly and strongly in what became the state of Israel, under the influence of young German architects who had escaped the Nazis. This guide describes the city's heritage. Art, Architecture and the Narrative of Tel Aviv Book This Tour 50 NIS/person Book Tour Photo Friendly – 2 Hours 3+ People Tours for the eccentric The creation of a new Jewish state and the first Hebrew city wasn’t Read More.