The Window to Modernity – Results of a Building Survey of the Max Liebling House, White City, Tel Aviv, by German and Israeli Students and Trainees
Exhibition, workshop and expert discussion at bauhaus re use at the Bauhaus Archive, Berlin
IGSBE, bauhaus reuse, Berlin, 2016/2017, © zukunftsgeraeusche
Exhibition opening: April 03, 7:00 p.m., welcome by Rogel Rachman (Embassy of the State of Israel) and expert discussion with, among others, Winfried Brenne (Brenne Architekten), Sharon Golan (White City Center), Ramona Simone Dornbusch (Landesdenkmalamt Berlin), Amnon Bar Or (Tel Aviv University), Robert K. Huber (zukunftsgeraeusche GbR) and the participants.
Education, Building, Bauhaus – German and Israeli Students and Trainees Investigate the Common Heritage of Modernism in the White City of Tel Aviv
In a workshop 32 German and Israeli students and trainees jointly created an exhibition in the bauhaus re use at the Bauhaus Archive Berlin. The workshop for this began on March 27, 2017 with a welcome by State Secretary Gunther Adler (BMUB). The exhibition opened on April 03, 2017 with a roundtable discussion of invited experts and workshop participants. The exhibition showed results of the building survey on the windows of the Max Liebling House in the White City, which was conducted in Tel Aviv by students and trainees from TU Berlin, Tel Aviv University, Tel Hai Practical College, Maltav College Holon and OSZ Knobelsdorff School Berlin.
The project was made possible within the framework of the German-Israeli Sustainable Building Education Project (IGSBE), which in turn was funded by the German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU).
The special feature of the project was that young German and Israeli building craftsmen, architects, civil engineers and teachers were able to work together in practice, planning and research at the same time in order to solve tasks together, develop ideas and realize them in the form of practical workshops and teaching building sites. The background and reference for the joint work was the Bauhaus approach to trans- and interdisciplinary education, which the project took up in the cooperation as a main criterion of sustainable building, and which was also characterized by intercultural dialogue in the global cooperation.
The Max Liebling House as a new German-Israeli Memorial Center to the White City of Tel Aviv, is supported by the Federal Ministry for he Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) and the City of Tel Aviv-Jaffa.
IGSBE – Israeli German Sustainable Building Education / Deutsch-Israelisches Berufsbildungsprojekt Nachhaltiges Bauen is a project of zukunftsgeraeusche GbR, funded by the Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt, in cooperation with Bildungsverein Bautechnik e.V., TU Berlin, Tel Aviv University, Tel Hai Practical College, OSZ Knobelsdorff-Schule Berlin as well as the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), the Center White City Tel Aviv and others.
The bauhaus re use at the Bauhaus-Archiv is a cooperation of zukunftsgeraeusche GbR and Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung.