A Modern Building Survey – Max Liebling House, White City, Tel Aviv
Israeli and German students and apprentices presented the results of their construction survey and joint designs for a new roof pergola for the new White City Center Tel Aviv. The Exhibition-opening took place with Sate Secretary Gunther Adler (Federal Ministry for Building) and Verena Exner, head of divison for environmental communication and environmental management (DBU).
Technically and financially was the project supported by the German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU), in cooperation with the Federal Ministry for Building and The White City Center (WCC) Tel Aviv.
Education, Building, Bauhaus – 30 German and Israeli students and apprentices have explored the common heritage of modernism in the newly founded German-Israeli White City Center in Tel Aviv. In March 2018, they showed the results of their investigations, designs and 1: 1 manual studies in an exhibition in the bauhaus re use in Berlin.
During a three-week workshop in November 2017, 30 Israeli and German apprentices and students met in the 1936 built Max Liebling House in Tel Aviv to investigate the listed building of the newly founded White City Center and to develop ideas for a wooden roof pergola, whose historic existence was becoming unclear over the decades.
From March 18 to 26, 2018, the participants were meeting again for a workshop in Berlin, to practically realize excerpts from their designs in 1:1 and to present the results of their cooperation in an exhibition.
The students and apprentices were brought together from four different educational backgrounds: Tel Hai Practical College, Tel Aviv University, TU Berlin and OSZ Knobelsdorff School Berlin.
The project was made possible in the framework of Israeli German Sustainable Building Education (IGSBE), in German: Deutsch-Israelisches Berufsbildungsprojekt Nachhaltiges Bauen, by the zukunftsgeraeusche GbR, technically and financially supported by the German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU).
Exhibition-Opening, Berlin, March 26, 19:00
19:00 Welcoming by the Israeli and German Participants and Project Partners
19:15 Welcome address, Sate Secretary Gunther Adler, Federal Ministry for Building
Welcome address, Verena Exner, German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU)
Welcome address, Ramona Simone Dornbusch, Berlin Monument Authority
19:30 Introduction, Robert K. Huber, Project Management IGSBE / zukunftsgeraeusche GbR
19:45 The Max Liebling House, Winfried Brenne, Brenne Architekten
20:00 Presentation of the Exhibition by the Participants
Exhibition open daily from March 28 to April 26, 10:00-17:00 (except on Tuesdays and during events).
Further Information: www.igsbe.org