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White City Center Tel Aviv - Establishment of an Israeli-German Center for Heritage and Architecture (Max Liebling House) , Tel Aviv-Jaffa/ Israel

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Holzer · Kobler Architekturen, Zürich

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prof hg merz Konzeption + Gestaltung, Berlin

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chezweitz GmbH, Berlin
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Municipality of Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv-Jaffa
Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz, Bau und Reaktorsicherheit (BMUB), Berlin

Sabrina Cegla, Tel Aviv

The White City in Tel Aviv constitutes the largest ensemble of buildings in early modern style worldwide and is a part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. White City buildings are protected under the provisions of the Tel Aviv Historic Preservation Plan. The Plan has listed 1,000 buildings for monument protection, approximately 200 of those requiring a high level of conservation.
The city of Tel Aviv plans the establishment of a Center for Architecture and Heritage for the White City. The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety supports the city of Tel Aviv in the establishment of the Center.
First actions regarding The Center will be taken in celebration of the anniversary year 2015 (50 years of the establishment of German-Israeli relations). Among the rest, a concept competition is being initiated here to draw up ideas for combining the functions and activities of the Center with an existing historic structure.
The city of Tel Aviv has designated the Max Liebling House, listed in the Historic Preservation Plan, as a location for the center. The building which was erected by the architect Dov Karmi, is an outstanding example of White City architecture and is currently owned by the City. Originally an apartment building, it was temporarily used for other purposes, among them offices and a kindergarten. Nevertheless, the original structure has not been altered in any way.
In May 2015, the federal minister Barbara Hendricks and Tel Aviv mayor, Ron Huldai, conducted a ceremonial opening of the project.
The following is a Concept Call for a Visitors' Center located in the Max Liebling House, a typical residential building in the UNESCO- designated White City in Tel Aviv.
The purpose of the Call is to propose a concept which will maintain the integrity of the historic Max Liebling House and concurrently:

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