Tour: Pomo - How Tel Aviv’s Architecture Changed in the 1980s
Architects Jeremie Hoffmann and Elad Horn, co-authors of the new book, PoMo - Architecture of Privatization, guide an urban walking tour focused on the architectural language Tel Aviv-Yafo adopted throughout the 1980-90s. After two decades of negative migration and a general downturn, the city experienced a wave of new architectural work and construction. The architecture of this period is known as the PostModern style, sometimes considered ugly and hard to understand. We will visit prominent buildings and discuss the zeitgeist and its leading architect.
Meeting at the Liebling Haus - White City Center, on the rooftop.
The tour ends in Ajami, Jaffa / Suzanne Dellal Center For Dance and Theater, Neve Tzedek.
Photo: Mikaela Burstow