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007 The Technion Campus as a Museum of Israeli Architecture

Meeting place: Neve Sha'anan Gate (after the security check)

The Technion campus is an open-air museum of Israeli architecture, where since the institution’s founding, buildings have been designed in different styles by leading architects. The architect Omri Zilka – a lecturer and owner of the “Pinat Rehov” blog that deals with architecture, design and urbanism in Haifa – will review the design history of the campus, show participants some the buildings from the outside, and a few from the inside. Zilka will try and explain what rendered them masterpieces and what makes the campus unique. The tour lasts around two hours (and involves walking about 1.5 kilometers, most of which are downhill).

Reservations not required

Open tour

Reservations not required
Friday, 29.11, 13:00

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