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Open House Jerusalem is one of many “Open House events that take place in cities around the world.
 One weekend a year, Jerusalem opens up private spaces – designer lofts, urban villas, unique synagogues, architecturally significant public buildings, curious construction sites, plazas and gardens. During the event weekend, the public can visit, explore and discuss these sites. Many people have contributed in order to allow us all discover Jerusalem from within during this weekend, including architects, developers, property owners, institutional administrators and many others who live and breathe the city ,including some who devote their time to trying to improve it.
The inspiration for the event came from OpenHouse LONDON and Open House NY.
More information about Open House events around the globe can be found at:
Manager: Aviva Levinson
Open House Jerusalem Curator: Arch. Keren Kinberg

Graphic design Hagit Maimon
Illustrations Anat Even Or
Copyediting Yuval Halperin
English translations Marilyn Fefer
 
Homepage Photographs
Guy Yitzhaki
 
Photographs
1: Ilan Nachum; 2: Courtesy of the Old Yishuv Court Museum; 3: Main photograph courtesy of the Christ Church Guesthouse, small photographs: Guy Yitzhaki; 4: American Colony photographers; 5: Guy Yitzhaki; 6: The Old City of Jerusalem Streetscape Design Manual; 7: Arch. Keren Kinberg; 8: Reshit Jerusalem; 9: Guy Yitzhaki; 11: Arch. Avner Ben Simon; 12: Yuli Schwartz, Courtesy of the Israel Antiquities Authority; 13: Gallery photograph - Mikela Uziel, historical photographs courtesy of the American Colony Collections Archive; 14: Courtesy of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem; 15: Courtesy of Ammunition Hill; 17: Itzik Pariente; 18: Fritz Shlezinger, Chana Abadi, Efi Sameach; 19: Lionel Darmon, Courtesy of the Israel Antiquities Authority; 20: Omri Aloni; 21: Natan Dvir; 23: Natan Dvir; 24: Assaf Pinchuk; 25: Natan Dvir; 26: Arch. Ron Henzel; 27: Courtesy of the Society for the Protection of Nature; 28: Guy Yitzhaki; 29: Guy Yitzhaki; 30: ; Ben Burstein; 31: Guy Yitzhaki; 32: Elinoy Kisslove; 33: Moshik Cohen (exterior photographs), Tomer Zmora (interior photograph); 34: Hannah Netzer (exterior photographs), courtesy of the Geological Survey of Israel (photograph of the electronic microscope); 35: Ron Peled; 36: Noa Lea Cohen; 37: Courtesy of Israel Railways; 38: Courtesy of the Central Zionist Archives; 39: Moriah Jerusalem Development Company (interior photograph), TOPOTEK 1, Berlin (simulation); 40: British Mandate Architecture Virtual Archive; 41: Courtesy of the Jerusalem House of Quality (main photograph), Natan Dvir (small photographs); 42: Guy Yitzhaki (main photograph), St. Andrews Church staff, 1940-1946, photographed for Mrs. McRae (historical photograph); 43: Avital Hirsch (main photograph), Elad Brami (small photographs); 44: Courtesy of the Jerusalem Inbal Hotel; 45: Natan Dvir; 46: Courtesy of the Government Press Office; 47: Guy Yitzhaki; 48: Rafi Kugel (main photograph), courtesy of HaMiffal (small photographs); 49: Ilana Wakova (main photograph), Moshe Shtauber (small photograph), courtesy of Hasayeret; 51: Courtesy of Emek Shaveh; 52: Natan Dvir; 53: Ran Erde; 54: Guy Yitzhaki; 55: Liat Elbling (main photograph), Amiad Abrahams and Shlomo Serry (small photographs); 56: Courtesy of Schatz House; 57: Arch. Marla Haber Goldstein; 58: Tal Pessas; 59: Aviad Bar Ness; 60: Natan Dvir; 61: Vadim Michaelov; 62: Courtesy of the Museum for Islamic Art; 63: Yoram Aschheim; 64-69: Assaf Evron; 70: Guy Yitzhaki; 71, 74: Courtesy of the Israel Antiquities Authority; 72: Andre Weiner; 73: Benny Maor; 75: Courtesy of the Israel Museum; 76: A postcard from the 1960s, courtesy of Palphot (main photograph), Assaf Pinchuk (small photograph) and Alfred Bernheim (black and white photograph); 77: Courtesy of the National Natural History Collections at Givat Ram; 78: Yael Engelhart (main photograph); 79: Itzik Shviki (main photograph), Arch. Ron Henzel (small photograph); 80: Guy Yitzhaki; 82: Guy Yitzhaki (main photograph), Natan Dvir (small photograph); 83: Natan Dvir; 84: Courtesy of the community garden at the Museum of Natural History; 85, 86, 87: Natan Dvir; 89: Guy Yitzhaki; 90: Arch. Marla Haber Goldstein; 91: Amit Giron; 93: Courtesy of the Shaare Zedek Medical Center; 94: Natan Dvir; 95: Efi Sameach; 96: Guy Yitzhaki; 97: Itamar Mendes-Flohr; 98: Hagar Doppelt; 99: Guy Yitzhaki (main photograph); 100: Ron Havilio; 101: Courtesy of the Society for the Protection of Nature in Jerusalem; 102: Courtesy of the Sorek Wastewater Treatment Plant - Ofek Aerial Photographs; 103: General view of HaMiffal(detail), May 1946, Weinraub and Mansfeld Architects, Hashomer Hatzair Archive (main photograph), Neta Shani (small photograph); 104: Roi Offenbacher; 105: Courtesy of the Israel Electric Corporation; 106: Lionel Darmon , Courtesy of the Israel Antiquities Authority; 107: Grant and Guy Shachar; 108, 109: Guy Yitzhaki; 110: Natan Dvir (main photograph); 111: Courtesy of Eden – The Jerusalem Center Development Company; 112: Guy Yitzhaki; 113: Adiel Lo; 115, 116, 117: Guy Yitzhaki
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