The Window to Modernity –
Results of a building survey by German and Israeli students and apprentices of the Max-Liebling-House, White City, Tel Aviv
Exhibition, workshop and expert-talk in the bauhaus re use at the Bauhaus-Archive, Berlin
Exhibition-Opening: 03. April, 7:00 pm, Welcoming by Rogel Rachman (Israeli Embassy in Germany) and expert talk with Winfried Brenne (Brenne Architects), Sharon Golan (White City Center), Ramona Simone Dornbusch (Landesdenkmalamt Berlin), Amnon Bar Or (Tel Aviv University), Robert K. Huber (zukunftsgeraeusche GbR) and the workshop-participants
Exhibition: 04. – 30. April, Wed – Mon 10:00 am – 05:00 pm (except special events)
Education, Building, Bauhaus – German and Israeli students and apprentices examine the common heritage of Modernism in the White City of Tel Aviv
During an eight days workshop from 27th March 2017 about 32 German and Israeli students and apprentices jointly created an exhibition in the bauhaus re use at the Bauhaus Archive Berlin. The participants were to be welcomed by State Secretary Gunther Adler (BMUB).
The exhibition opened on 3rd April 2017 by a discussion-event with invited experts and workshop-participants. The exhibition showed the results of the building survey on the windows of the Max-Liebling-House in the White City of Tel Aviv, which were examined in Tel Aviv by both apprentices and students from TU Berlin, Tel Aviv University, Tel Hai Practical College, Maltav College Holon and OSZ Knobelsdorff-School Berlin.
This was made possible by the exchange project IGSBE – Israeli German Sustainable Building Education (German: Deutsch-Israelisches Berufsbildungsprojekt Nachhaltiges Bauen) which was supported by the German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU).
The special feature of the project was that young German and Israeli craftspeople, architects, civil engineers and their teachers from both countries worked together in practice, planning and research in order to solve tasks in dialogue, to develop concepts together and to realize them in the form of practical workshops and educational construction sites. The background and reference for the project was the Bauhaus’s approach to trans- and interdisciplinary education, which the project took as a key criterion of sustainable building, also characterized by an intercultural dialogue in global cooperation.
The Max-Lieblings-House is the new German-Israeli preservation center for the White City of Tel Aviv, carried by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) and the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality.
IGSBE – Israeli German Sustainable Building Education / Deutsch-Israelisches Berufsbildungsprojekt Nachhaltiges Bauen is a project by zukunftsgeraeusche GbR, supported by the German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU), in cooperation with Bildungsverein Bautechnik e.V., TU Berlin, Tel Aviv University, Tel Hai Practical College, OSZ Knobelsdorff-School Berlin as well as the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), Tel Aviv White City Center and others.
The bauhaus re use at the Bauhaus-Archive is a cooperation between zukunftsgeraeusche GbR and Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung.