Changes In the Urban View: 100 years of Bauhaus

4/11/19 9:30 - 12:30 Gad and Eti Proper Auditorium // 12th Anne Frank st, Ramat Gan

100 years after the foundation of the Bauhaus, the Italian Embassy in Tel Aviv, with Shenkar College, Polytechnic University of Milan, and the White City Center celebrate the cultural heritage of the Weimar school with an academic panel.

The Bauhaus school, embracing an interdisciplinary and holistic vision, has rewritten the principles of art and architecture and has seeded the roots of industrial design.

The legacy of the Bauhaus is tangible in the White City and in many works of art and design of the twentieth century, but also intangible and still dominates the philosophy and teaching in the universities, with a global approach to technique, craftsmanship, science and design.

The challenge, which Israel and Italy have in front of them today, is to preserve this heritage and enhance it, to live the dream of its masters: the utopia of a courageous modernity, capable of being more just and more beautiful.


Welcome greetings

Yael Moria, Dean of Azrieli Faculty of Design, Shenkar College

Fabio Ruggirello, Director of Italian Cultural Institute

Jeremie Hoffmann, Head of Conservation Department at Tel Aviv Municipality


Cristina Mazzantini, Politecnico di Milano

Tel Aviv's challenge: transforming the cultural landscape while maintaining the balance between conservation and innovation


Federico Bucci, Politecnico di Milano

.The Bauhaus School and Italian architecture and design


Hila Oren, Tel Aviv Foundation

Tel Aviv as the White City: Urban Identity and City-making


Eran Eizenhamer, Shenkar College

The Dwellers Language - Education at the White City 


Coffee break 


Andrea Canziani and Andrea Adami, Politecnico di Milano

Approaching the Modern Heritage. Education and Theory in Preservation Studio about XXth Century Railways Stations


Sharon Golan-Yaron, White City Center

Bauhaus 2.0: On the evolution of the vernacular architecture style and the contemporary challenges of conservation


Conclusions and discussion

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