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128 Hazani Community Center

22 Tzvia VeYitzhak St., Gilo, next to Beit Or

Architects: Miron Cohen-Dudi Tolkovsky Architects and Town Planners, 2020

A tour with the architects who designed this new community center in Gilo, which is situated on the highest topographical point in Jerusalem – at the top of Tzvia VeYitzhak Street – making it a balcony that offers a view of the entire city. The building, which extends across an area of about 2,500 m2, fills a number of different functions. There is a children’s floor that has a daycare center for toddlers, a wing where arts & crafts workshops are held, and a multipurpose auditorium that can host live performances. The center is part of the Givat Hazani campus, which includes a large sports facility and Khirbet Arza – the largest urban nature site in the southwestern part of the city, which features numerous archaeological remains.

The project was commissioned by the Jerusalem Municipality and the Ministry of Housing.

Cancelled tour
Cancelled tour
Friday, 19.11, 10:00
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