Past Events

From the Research Lab: Graft Lab Berlin — New Trends in Housing and Thoughts of Urbanism of the Future

Sharon Golan-Yaron, content director of the Liebling Haus, invites Lars Krückeberg, founding partner of GRAFT, for a conversation about the firm’s latest projects

From the Research Lab: Urban Planning & Covid 19 - Creating Resilient Public Spaces

Our bilateral dialogue explores emerging ideas and strategies for resilient urban planning in Israel and Switzerland, focusing on municipal and professional aspects

From the Research Lab: A Retrospective of Architect Motti Ben-Horin

Architect Sharon Golan-Yaron, content director of the Liebling Haus, hosts architects Michael Jacobson to a journey through the Ben-Horin collection of the Israel Architecture Archive (IAA)

From the Research Lab: It’s so Crowded! (Part 2) / Online Movie screening and online discussion

Architect Sharon Golan-Yaron invites Thomas Haemmerli and Guy Nardi, to a conversation about urbanism, density, real estate, architecture, gentrification, Zurich, Tel Aviv, and everything in between

Context, Contrast, Continuity – Heritage Conservation and Urban Development

The international online debate event series “Context, Contrast, Continuity – Heritage Conservation and Urban Development” focuses on how the needs of conservation, as well as development requirements, can be managed in the urban context

From the Research Lab: It’s so Crowded! (Part 1)

Architect Sharon Golan-Yaron, content director of the Liebling Haus, hosts representatives of the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality

From the Research Lab: Culture and Memory - How to Preserve a Historical Site Like Auschwitz?

Sharon Golan-Yaron, program director of the Liebling Haus, is hosting Dr. Robert Jan van Pelt for a conversation about the preservation of memory and memorials

From the Research Lab: Umbaukultur – The Architecture of Altering

Architect Tim Rieniets and Sharon Golan-Yaron, program director of the Liebling Haus, discuss the art of altering

From the Research Lab: The Ethics of Reconstruction - the case of the Notre-Dame Cathedral

Notre-Dame de Paris, a 12-century World Heritage Site, is at the heart of our upcoming lecture

The Seasons Parade is back - A Tribute to Pina Bausch at the Liebling Haus

Autumn is at its peak, and we are getting ready to perform Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter - the legendary work of Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch

From the Research Lab: Women Architects First - Who was Gertrude Goldschmidt?

Sharon Golan-Yaron, the Liebling Haus’ content director, and Dr. Sigal Davidi talk about the first women architects in Israel

From the Research Lab: After Tomorrow #5 – Sustainably, Design and Globalization in the Day After Covid 19

Landscape architect Martin Rein-Cano of Berlin-based TOPOTEK 1 and architects Yael Gilad and Galit Shiff of Gilad-Shiff Architecture in an online conversation about sustainability, design, and globalization in a post-Corona world

From the Research Lab: Building Additions Layer 2.0 - The Cultural Meaning of a Multilayered City

The lecture reveals a new study of the Conservation Department about building additions in Tel Aviv, examining the cultural significance of building additions as an evolutionary urban development

Postponed: Launching of “Hadira” Residency Program at the Liebling Haus & Housewarming

Join us for the launching of HaDira, the Liebling Haus Residency Program, and a housewarming event welcoming our first artists-in-residence: Anat Litwin and Sally Krysztal

From the Research Lab: Modern Architecture in Africa

the case of Angola and Mozambique In the effort to achieve a better knowledge and comprehensive understanding of Modern Movement diaspora

From the Research Lab: After Tomorrow #4 - Strategies of Tactical Urbanism - Tel Aviv-Yafo/Berlin

How can we comply with the requirement to maintain physical distance while ensuring public access, supporting social action, enabling participation, and empowering the people?

From the Research Lab: A Retrospective of Architectural Theorist Prof. Julius Posener

Celebrating the launch of Typisch Posener, a book dedicated to Posener’s life and extensive work, we host a discussion with the author, Katrin Voermanek, Dr. Zvi Efrat, and Dr. Edina Meyer-Maril, one of Posener’s students in Berlin

From the Project Room: A Great Place to Live? Who's Asking?

Urbanists Paul Kearns and Motti Ruimy join curator architect Sabrina Cegla for an online conversation about the exhibition A Great Place to Live?

From the Research Lab: Environmental Design – Architecture, Science and Politics in Postwar America

This lecture will introduce the term “Environmental Design” as it was used by American architects after World War II to describe a vision of a professional practice that was rooted in American Progressive politics

From the Research Lab: Urban Art in Southern Tel Aviv / an Online Lecture by Yael Shapira

Join us for a lecture by art researcher Yael Shapira, presenting the thought processes and guiding principles of the current spatial and planning recommendations outlining the conservation of street art in southern Tel Aviv

From the Research Lab: Dani Karavan in an Online Talk

Danny Karavan in an online conversation about his extensive career and unique way of looking at Tel Aviv, his hometown

From the Research Lab: After Tomorrow #3 - A City in Crisis / An Online Conversation with Historian Ilan Shchori

How has Tel Aviv handled historical disasters in the past? As we consider the current crisis, we thought it might be helpful to look back and explore other challenges the city has faced since its inception in 1909

From the Research Lab: Models of Low-Threshold, Alternative Housing – An international conversation with an Austrian Architect and Experts from the Municipality

Architect Ulrike Schartner presents VinziRast-mittendrin, an unconventional social project in Vienna, which promotes diversity and a heterogeneous urban environment. Ella Weber and Sharon Melamed will discuss the current situation, where cities around the world are facing a housing crisis and seek affordable residential solutions for middle and lower classes, and present innovative alternatives supporting diverse urban communities

Transferumbau: Liebling - Closing Event

Join us on a special event, marking the closing of the exhibition and celebrating the launch of the research book The Lift, as we add new dimensions to the works through live performance, workshops, and discussions about writing and remaking forgotten historical narratives

From the Research Lab: Garden Spaces in White City Apartment Buildings / Lecture by Dr. Ada Vittorina Segre

Dr. Ada Vittorina Segre presents her survey on the gardens of the White City

From the Research Lab: Ramat Aviv Alfa / Online Lecture with Arch. Eran Wexler

Arch. Eran Wexler discusses the challenges, the latest plans, and the lessons we can learn from Ramat Aviv Alef

A great place to live?

In the second exhibition at the Project Room, urbanists Paul Kearns and Moti Ruimy answer the question: What is the White City?

PoMo - The Post-Modern architecture style in Tel Aviv-Yafo 1977-2003- Online lecture by Dr. Jeremie Hoffmann

This lecture will examine the postmodern narrative in its local meaning and review the structures/textures that represent these spatial and architectural phenomena

Saturday

Gallery Talk with the Curator of Exceptional The White City – an Everyday Heritage exhibition

Come to meet architect Sabrina Cegla, the curator of Exceptional The White City – an Everyday Heritage.

From the research Lab: After Tomorrow # 2- An online Conversation with Arch. Matthias Sauerbruch and Arch. Zvi Efrat

Urban affairs Talk in times of COVID 19: part 2. As we are currently debating how the design world is changing before our eyes

Saturday

The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

During the tour, we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

The School of the City Conference – Nevertheless and / Despite Everything First Event: What is Pedagogy?

40 classes, 40 encounters taking place simultaneously at the Liebling Haus, throughout its rooms and corridors

From the research Lab-The day after Tommorow: A contemporary urban talk with City Engineer Udi Carmeli

This episode will discuss curent issues of urban desgin and speculative future thoughts about the spaces we live in in the near future

Saturday

The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

During the tour, we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

From the research lab: Violence and Veneration: Reverberations of Chicago's – Modernist Turn / online lecture by Prof. Martin Klaeschen

The lecture will uncover the connections between Modernist development and the social urban status quo in Chicago and discuss their influence on the future of the city

Saturday

The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

During the tour, we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

From the Research Lab: The Levantine City - Online Lecture by Dr. Arch. Tzafrir Fainholtz

The research presented in this lecture tells the story of Mizrahi and local architects, graduates of French architecture schools, and their contribution to the legacy of modernist architecture in Tel Aviv while offering a different reading of it

From the Research Lab: FEAR NO COLOR: The Ethics of Stealing - Online Lecture by Berlin Architects Ester Bruzkus and Peter Greenberg

The lecture will present their sources of inspiration and demonstrate how it can be applied

From the Research Lab: Homeland - History of Residence in Israel-Palestine in 1860-2011 / Online Lecture by Architect Dr. Yael Allweil

The lecture will focus on the reasons that make housing such a critical element of the nation-state building strategy and Israeli urbanism through a historical overview of residence in Israel from the early settlements to the last decade

From the Research Lab: Green Trees in a White City - Survey of Typical Trees and Green Textures / an Online Lecture by Architect Shachar Zur

One can attribute a significant part of the quality of Tel Aviv-Jaffa’s open space to some 260,000 trees planted throughout the city...

From the Research Lab: Jaffa Mon Amour / Architect Natanel Elfassy’s Online Lecture

Join us in an online lecture by architect Natanel Elfassy for an overview of buildings in Jaffa and southern Tel Aviv.

Transferumbau: Liebling - Closing Event

Join us on a special event, marking the closing of the exhibition and celebrating the launch of the research book The Lift, as we add new dimensions to the works through live performance, workshops, and discussions about writing and remaking forgotten historical narratives

Saturday

Gallery talk Exceptional The White City – an Everyday Heritage exhibition

Come to meet architect Sabrina Cegla, the curator of Exceptional The White City – an Everyday Heritage.

From the Research Lab: Letter to Letter / an online lecture by Yanek Iontef

Typographer and font designer Yanek Iontef talks about creating letters inspired by local architecture styles and tracing typographical occurrences on the streets of Tel Aviv

Postponed: Understand a City Inside a House

Join a tour of the building with Shira Levy-Benyemini, director of the Liebling Haus and urbanist focused on urban conservation, where we the effects of modern architecture on our everyday life, and discuss contemporary urban issues

From the Research Lab: Design Guidelines for Buildings in UNESCO's Conservation Area / Online Lecture by Dr. Keren Metrany

Join us for Dr. Keren Metrany's online lecture, where she presents the thinking and principles behind the urban policy for designing new buildings within the UNESCO zone.

Saturday

Postponed: The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

During the tour, we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

Saturday

Postponed: The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

English tour in which we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

Saturday

Postponed: The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

English tour in which we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

Saturday

Postponed: The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

During the tour, we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

Postponed: From the Research Lab: Eastward Brutalism

During the event, we will explore the brutalist style, discuss the cultural values ​​characterizing the eastern neighborhoods, present the conservation and development processes in the area, and examine how they accommodate the existing social fabric. Participants include architect Hadas Nevo-Goldberst, architect Liora Hoffman, architects of the Conservation Department, and members of the East Town Planning Division of the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality.

Saturday

Postponed: Gallery talk Exceptional The White City – an Everyday Heritage exhibition

Come to meet architect Sabrina Cegla, the curator of Exceptional The White City – an Everyday Heritage.

Saturday

The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

During the tour, we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

Saturday

Gallery talk Transferumbau: Liebling exhibition

Come to meet Hila Cohen-Schneiderman, the curator of Transferumbau: Liebling.

The City Planning Lounge Presents: Eastern Light

The launching event of the Lounge will focus on the Israel Electric Company’s complex in Bitzaron industrial park

Painting Workshop: Introduction Class for adults

The Liebling Haus presents: painting workshops for kids and adults - join an introductory class with artist Shir Moran

Saturday

Gallery talk Exceptional The White City – an Everyday Heritage exhibition

Come to meet architect Sabrina Cegla, the curator of Exceptional The White City – an Everyday Heritage.

Back to the Future: Anni Albers' 120th Anniversary

The Liebling Haus is launching new workshops for kids and adults and celebrates the 120th anniversary of Anni Albers, the first lady of the Bauhaus, in a series of special events

Saturday

Only for Digitel Holders: The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

During the tour, we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

True Stories: Down, Town

The first event in the True Stories series - titled Down, Town - will feature six speakers who will share real-life stories through the art of oral storytelling

Saturday

Only for Digitel Holders: The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

During the tour, we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

Saturday

The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

During the tour, we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

Saturday

Gallery talk Transferumbau: Liebling exhibition

A meeting with Nir Shauloff, from the creators of the exhibition Transferumbau: Liebling.

Transferumbau: The Transfer Agreement

Discussing the material aspect of the Transfer Agreement and its historical part in the foundation of the White City with researchers and creators of the exhibition Transferumbau: Liebling.

Saturday

Gallery talk Exceptional The White City – an Everyday Heritage exhibition

Come to meet architect Sabrina Cegla, the curator of Exceptional The White City – an Everyday Heritage.

From the Research Lab: a Conversation About Heritage and Development

Stella Fox, a PhD candidate at the Bartlett School of Architecture, whose research focusses on the historic urban landscape and heritage management, talks to architect Sharon Golan-Yaron, content director of the Liebling Haus, about the experience of urban space and how the attributes of this landscape affect us.

Saturday

The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

During the tour, we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

Back to the Future: the Walkman Turns 40

For one Saturday only, the Walkman returns to the Liebling Haus! Walkman players will be waiting for visitors at the reception during opening hours, inviting you to listen to new music, old recordings, and a 20-minute architectural mixtape compiled specifically for a self-guided tour of the Liebling Haus.

Saturday

The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

During the tour, we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

Saturday

Gallery talk Transferumbau: Liebling exhibition

Come to meet Hila Cohen-Schneiderman, the curator of Transferumbau: Liebling.

Other voices of the Bauhaus

A meeting with Prof. Dr. Ines Weizman, the editor of Dust & Data, a new book that explores the Bauhaus School from the perspectives of marginalized, dislocated, silenced, and dispersed voices that have gone unheard – until now.

Tuesday

One Letter at a Time: Yanek Iontef

Concluding 2019 with the Liebling Haus Research Lab: typographer and font designer Yanek Iontef talks about creating letters inspired by local architecture styles and tracing typographical occurrences on the streets of Tel Aviv.

Saturday

The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

During the tour, we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

Tuesday

Miracles and Wonders - Chanukah with Bograshov’s Neighbors

Lighting Chanukah candles and improvising - Karaoke Toke at the Liebling Haus.

Saturday

Gallery talk Exceptional The White City – an Everyday Heritage exhibition

Come to meet architect Sabrina Cegla, the curator of Exceptional The White City – an Everyday Heritage.

Tuesday

Propaganda and Visual Representation of Modernism - The Case of Tel Aviv and Gdynia

Israel and Poland - Discussion and brief lectures examples from mandatory Palestine and Gdynia and examine the way modernist ideas penetrated the public consciousness through visualisation propaganda.

Saturday

Back to the Future: 50 Years to Apollo 11

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, we will gather on the rooftop of the Liebling Haus and watch the full moon. Not interested in live-action? Visit the Max&Tony Studio to watch the Moon Cinema loop, featuring a series of films exploring humanity's fantasy of conquering the moon.

Saturday

The Origins & Contemporary of the Liebling Haus

During the tour, we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

Urban Inspiration at the Liebling Haus - a Talk With Architect Sabrina Cegla

Come to meet architect Sabrina Cegla, the curator of Exceptional The White City – an Everyday Heritage.

Urban Inspiration at the Liebling Garden

A guided tour of the Liebling Garden, a typical garden of the White City with architect Gil Harabagiu Cohen, architect Tamar Alon, and Alon Eliran of CityTree.

Saturday

Gallery talk Transferumbau: Liebling exhibition

Come to meet Hila Cohen-Schneiderman, the curator of Transferumbau: Liebling.

Tuesday

Conservation and Development in Allenby

Discussion: different perspectives on conservation and development in Allenby Street.

Monday

Architecture of Optimism: The Kaunas Phenomenon, 1918–1940

A lecture by Arch. Marija Drėmaitė. Kaunas’ architectural miracle is more than just the story of one city. It speaks to the perpetual birth and collapse of dreams, about creative endeavours and the appeal of rewarding optimism, and about the migration, locality and commonality of ideas and forms.

Saturday

A tour guided by the Liebling Haus team

During the tour, we will explain why the building is a prime example of international style architecture, listen to the stories of its former residents, and examine if and how contemporary architecture managed to preserve the spirit of the place.

Tuesday

Lecture: When Allenby met King George

Architect Natalie Kogan presents the story of King George Street: its ongoing construction, the store windows, and how it gradually links past and present.