Fathom’s Daniel Schwartz caught word that The Poli House was opening in Tel Aviv and had to see what all the buzz was about! After exploring the Tel Aviv’s newest boutique hotel Daniel Schwartz has declared, “The Poli House [will] turn heads this fall.” See you all at The Poli House!



The Telegraph reports that, “This boutique design hotel, set in a walled garden with a pool looking out onto the sea, has a sophisticated yet unpretentious feel, offering a stylish and laid-back retreat for exploring the Dalmatian coast.” See you all there!

First stop on Vogue’s tour of Wroclaw, Poland, where “fabulous exhibitions, installations, and events are going on everywhere”: OVO Wroclaw, designed by Gottesman-Szmelcman Architects.

Xhibition is growing!


We are excited to welcome three new members to the Xhibition team! At Xhibition NYC, Mara McGowan arrives as an Account Executive, handling PR and account management for The High Line Hotel, HGU, Brodsky Organization, Deeper Africa, InsideAsia/InsideJapan and additional Xhibition clients. At Xhibition Tel Aviv, Abby Matlin and Alexandra Mathiot join as Assistant Account Executives, specializing in international PR for the office’s hospitality, culinary and lifestyle clients.

Our Clients

Located on the Mediterranean Sea at the entrance to the ancient city of Jaffa, The Setai Tel Aviv is a 120-guest room & suite urban resort and the second Setai outpost in Israel following the 2017 opening of The Setai – Sea of Galilee. The property, initially constructed as a fortress during the Crusader Kingdom’s rule over Jaffa in the 12th-century and transformed into one of Israel’s most luxurious hotelsis the first in Tel Aviv to be designated as a member of the Leading Hotels of the World organization.


Yoko Kitahara is a restorative respite from the bustling Middle Eastern city of Jaffa, located in a charming and spacious Ottoman-era home rooted in history and offering Japanese massage therapy treatments in a transcendent space overlooking the Mediterranean. From the moment you enter the magical Kikar Kidumim and approach the white-clad gate of Yoko Kitahara, one immediately feels moved and captivated by the “omotenashi” philosophy of Japanese hospitality. Upon entrance (up a flight of a 300+ year stairs), guests take off their shoes and become enchanted by the tan-clad, minimalist space with curved ceilings and Japanese furnishings. The new space was an unoccupied home when discovered by Yoko herself. The initial renovation took 1 1/2 years and was handled by locals, after which Yoko spent a month on an intensive design rework to transform the space. The purpose of Yoko Kithara is to heal. It’s not a spa — it’s a complete, energetically healing experience that includes treatments. 


Galerie Derouillon, is a pivotal art gallery founded in 2012 by financier-turned-gallerist Benjamin Derouillon in Paris within the evolving Upper Marais district. Committed to exhibiting the works of innovative and thought-provoking artists across disciplines and formats with acute sensitivity to selection and curation, Galerie Derouillon, has established itself as a staple art space that is positioned to join the ranks of the world’s most renowned galleries in 2017 supported by the forthcoming solo show by artist Guy Yanai in March 2017, and with solo shows by Annabelle Arlie,Roman Moriceau, Ry David Bradley and other emerging and pivotal contemporary artists in 2017.



Marei1998 is a fashion house stated on luxury and quality, founded and led by the young designer Maya Reik. The geographical location on the land bridge connecting Asia, Europe and Africa has served as a subconscious inspiration for the nascent fashion label Marei1998, which released its second collection (F/W17) with an exclusive trunk show of select pieces on Moda Operandi in April 2017. Long gowns and robes are fashioned in pure silk fabrics, hand-sewn by Japanese artisans. Dresses embroidered with solid floral silhouettes woven into solid cream, black or purple hues that illuminate subtle elegance in an unsuspecting form. Marei1998 champions the design influences from three continents embodying the zeitgeist of the Art Deco period and Neo-classical renaissance and draws inspiration from the aesthetics and artistic approaches of Man Ray, Modigliani and Matisse. www.marei1998.com


Extraordinary Journeys specializes in creating unique, custom safari experiences in East and Southern Africa as well as other select destinations around the world. Whether crafting the perfect expedition for couples, families or individual travelers, Extraordinary Journeys has established itself as an authority in finding just the right combination of safari camps, lodges, and private villas that create a sense of place, with experiences that highlight the natural beauty and cultural richness of each destination.Extraordinary Journeys was founded and operated by mother-daughter team Marcia and Elizabeth Gordon.


A dazzling summer dining experience is on the horizon at The Golden Hour restaurant in The High Line Hotel’s garden. From Krystof Zizka and Joshua Boissy, the team behind the James Beard Award-winning Brooklyn restaurant Maison Premiere and Greenpoint’s Sauvage, The Golden Hour is set in a lush tropical paradise with Brooklyn-made brass accents. Come for the soft sunset glow and stay for the signature cocktails, raw bar and delicious seasonal fare.


In 2017, Xhibition was commissioned by German creative agency neulandherzer to conduct a worldwide media campaign and consultancy for Lufthansa Airlines’ #inspiredby HEIMWEH campaign. The #inspiredby HEIMWEH campaign examines of feeling of belonging and identity of individuals around the globe, depicting travel as a means for personal development by showcasing its transformative power. The campaign surrounded the #inspiredby HEIMWEH – The Colors of Home episode, a video journey trailing NYC-based jewelry designer Arpana Rayamajhi as she travels back to her hometown of Kathmandu to reestablish her personal and creative identity through the heritage of strong Nepali women, resulting in top-tier feature stories in the most visible publications in the world.

Kimmel Eshkolot Architects is an Israeli architecture practice, founded in Tel Aviv, Israel in 1986, by Etan Kimmel and Michal Kimmel Eshkolot. In their first years of practice, they were involved in the preservation and rehabilitation of Neve Tzedek, the historical neighborhood of Tel Aviv. Throughout the years they won several national competitions for the design of high-profile public projects, such as the new expansion of the government compound (“Kiryat Hamemshala”) in Jerusalem, the Davidson Museum in the Archaeological Park near the Western Wall and the Memorial Center for Israeli military casualties in Mount Herzl.
In 2011 they won the Rechter Prize for Architecture, considered to be the most prestigious award for architecture in Israel, and were nominated for a RIBA 2018 Award for their Mount Herzl Memorial. 
The practice is currently involved in dozens of projects in different scales, both in Israel and in Europe.

HQ ARCHITECTS (HQA) was founded in Israel in 2008 by Erez Ella, formerly of OMA and REX. Focusing on a strong pragmatic and programmatic approach, HQ ARCHITECTS strives to question conventions and create culturally challenging buildings, while compounding client resources to achieve maximum utility through design.


Shamel Pitts is a performance artist, dancer, spoken word artist, and a teacher — and creator/choreographer of two critically-acclaimed productions, BlackBox and BlackVelvet: Architectures & Archetypes. Born In Brooklyn, NY, Shamel began his dance training at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and The Performing Arts. Simultaneously, he trained at The Ailey School (Official School of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater). Shamel received his BFA from The Juilliard School and was awarded The Martha Hill Award for Excellence in Dance. Upon graduating, He joined and performed with Mikhail Baryshnikov’s Hell’s Kitchen Dance. Shamel later moved to Montreal to dance with BJM_Danse (Formerly known as Les Ballets Jazz De Montreal). and to Tel Aviv to join Batsheva Dance Company under the artistic direction of Ohad Naharin thereafter. Shamel is a teacher of “Gaga”, the movement language created by Ohad Naharin.


Gal Gaon is an architect, designer and art entrepreneur spent his childhood between the archaeology, design and contemporary art departments at the Israel Museum, where his father was Chief Curator and Founder of the Architecture & Design Department. Gaon‘s design and art works refer to natural phenomenon and the manifestation of nature. During his career, he has designed and directed numerous projects in architecture, design and art installations, strategic consultancy and futuristic concepts. Gal Gaon is the owner and Art director of Gal Gaon Gallery; He is a professor in the Israeli academy and the former head of Interior Design department at HIT (Holon Institute of Technology). Gaon holds a B.Arc from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem and an Executive MBA from Tel Aviv University.


Perched over the ancient port city of Caesarea, Helena — helmed by Chef Amos Sion and co-founded by legendary Chef Uri “Buri” Jeremias — boasts panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and restored, Herodian-era ruins. Chef Sion incorporates locally grown meats, fresh fish and seafood caught daily from the port of Caesarea, seasonal fruits and vegetables, and even local wild herbs and plants indigenous to the Levant.

Terra Sancta Museum, dedicated to the roots of Christianity and preservation of the Holy Places, offers a new multimedia wing of the museum located along the Old City of Jerusalem’s Via Dolorosa at the Monastery of the Flagellation, the Biblical site associated with Antonia Fortress and the Praetorium of Pilate. The first section of the Terra Sancta Museum opened in 2016 in association with Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, Custody of the Holy Land and Association Pro Terra Sancta. It offers an immersive multimedia experience that brings visitors back in time through the history of Jerusalem, beginning with the birth and life of Jesus through present day Christianity, and touching upon spirituality and religion through a historical-archaeological lens.
The multimedia experience is the first of three new wings of the Terra Sancta Museum renovation. The archaeological wing and collections are set to open in early 2018 with the historical wing planned for a future date.

More than just a place to sit for a good cup of coffee, CoffeeBar‘s location on Yad Harutziym street is literally a diamond in the rough and a destination in itself, where more than 1,000 patrons sit for innovative dishes like Fried Young Barracuda, Coriander Yogurt, Tomatoes Salsa and Chicken Liver Pate, Marinated Pear, Sourdough Bruschetta, created and produced by young stalwart Chef Ohad Salomon. Dressed in sleek, black-wooden interiors and cinematic lighting schemes, a night at CoffeeBar is comparable to Paris in the 20’s or NYC in the late 90’s, when a Joie de vivre truly existed and flourished in city’s with boutique dining scenes slowly emerging. The founders Ruti and Mati Broudo (R2M) imagined Tel Aviv’s industrial eastern edge would one day transform into a chic and buzzing district attracting new locales and restaurants, but in fact, even in a city with real estate and urban development taking place literally everywhere, it hasn’t, which makes this establishment and design and culinary destination in itself. http://www.coffeebar.co.il/en/


Nestled in the heart of Chelsea’s buzzing gallery district, The High Line Hotel is a completely unique and inspiring respite from the harried pace of downtown Manhattan. Just off 10th Avenue, the gated Parisian style courtyard complete with lush gardens demarcated by gas lamps, beckons passers-by to step into a different era. The centuries-old collegiate gothic-style brick buildings lend an air of gravitas without overwhelming the property. Step inside, however, and timeless design shares center-stage with timely design. The High Line Hotel, much like its groundbreaking, elevated namesake 50 yards to the west, is not a simple homage to the past but rather builds on this epic, distinctly American history, guiding it directly into the heart of the contemporary city.


Brown Hotels is an international hotel brand founded in Tel Aviv with hotels located in the city of Tel Aviv (the world acclaimed Brown TLV and Brown Beach House hotels), Jerusalem (opening September 2016) and Larnaca, Cyprus (opening 2017). Founded in 2003 by Hotelier Leon Avigad, Brown Hotels evolved out of the desire to introduce a collection of truly boutique hotels to the Mediterranean region. The Brown properties are all rooted in a devotion to service, design, innovation, style and authenticity and have been recommended by the world’s leading publications such as Wallpaper, Vogue, NY Times, National Geographic and Time magazine. The Brown TLV is a member of the world’s leading boutique hotel brand, DESIGN HOTELS.




Named the #1 safari outfitter by readers of Travel+Leisure Magazine, Deeper Africa provides unique cultural and wildlife experiences in East and Southern Africa. DeeperAfrica‘s hands-on personal approach to planning trips to those regions is unrivaled. Whether it is Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, or the Swahili Coast, Deeper Africa‘s established network of local personalities and expert guides allow it to offer unique, educational, and immersive experiences in each destination.

Saar Zafrir is an Amsterdam-based designer, investor and developer of hospitality projects throughout Europe. Following a successful career of over a decade in the capital markets sector, Saar Zafrir switched gears and followed his passion of design and hospitality development. An Interior designer by heart, Zafrir manages projects from A to Z from concept to design to purchasing and construction. This past year Zafrir launched many of Europe’s hottest new design hotel properties and in 2017 will unveil a number of innovative design projects as well. The Brown Beach House Croatia, Sir Sevigny, Max Brown Hotels and Provacateur are amongst Saar Zafrir’s signature projects to date.

Tel Aviv Museum of Art is a municipal museum, one of Israel’s leading artistic and cultural institutions. The museum comprises various departments: The Department of Israeli Art, which holds a comprehensive collection of local art from the beginning of the 20th century to the present; the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art, which encompasses international works from the mid-19th century to the present; the Department of Prints and Drawings; the Department of Photography; the Department of Architecture and Design; and the Old Masters Department, with art from the 16th to the 19th century. TheTel Aviv Museum of Art’s award-winning Herta and Paul Amir Building is a work of art in itself; supported by the museum’s conjoining Main Building and satellite Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art.


The Carlton Tel Aviv is a staple resort on the Micro Metropolis on the Mediterranean, and an unparalleled destination for travelers aiming for a leisure soaked experience along the shore, or a business-savvy abode with all of the bells and whistles for a lavish and productive visit. With two restaurants by world-renowned Israeli Chef Meir Adoni (both of which cater to Kosher and non-Kosher guests), along with a famed rooftop pool, full-service spa, business and meeting centers, wedding and event spaces, newly designed rooms and suites and an unprecedented level of hospitality and service, Carlton Tel Aviv is perfectly positioned to emerge as Tel Aviv’s leading luxury hotel and resort, and an ideal destination for international vacationers and Israelis looking for a respite from the daily grind of everyday life.


The Brodsky Organization is one of Manhattan’s most established developers, owners, and managers of residential and commercial spaces in New York City. The Brodsky Organization’s relationship with its residents is the foundation of its success. Every element of building life is supported by a dedicated and attentive management team. The Brodsky Organization offers intelligently designed apartments, many with breathtaking views, located in some of the most desirable neighborhoods in Manhattan and Brooklyn. The company has developed over 8,000 apartments in more than 80 rental, condominium and co-op buildings. The portfolio ranges from charming brownstones, to renovated pre-war doorman buildings, to newly constructed high-rises with extensive building amenities. The neighborhoods span from West and Greenwich Village to Chelsea, Midtown West to Morningside Heights, and Midtown East to Carnegie Hill and Downtown Brooklyn.

An invitation only, high-profile cocktail-fueled gathering, the Wallpaper* Tel Aviv City Guide launch event was sponsored by The Norman and Grey Goose Vodka and included vinyl records spun by DJ Yotam “Yogo” Goldman, canapés by the Norman Restaurant Executive Chef Barak Aharoni, and a curated guest list including Wallpaper* and Phaidon representatives along with Tel Aviv-born and bred designers, entrepreneurs, hoteliers, artists, creatives and representatives of the city.


CONFESS is a web series about the secret sexual encounters of the swipe-and-fuck generation.CONFESS is created by Moshe Rosenthal and produced by CONCH Studios. Each episode is based on the confessions of sex-dating app users who have shared their experiences with the show’s creators.


Contemporary by Golconda was founded by Dr. Ronald Fuhrer, a longtime luminary of the Israeli art world and a cousin of pioneering Israeli artist Yitzhak Danzinger. Located in the south of Tel Aviv in an 80-year-old building that was formerly a Tahini factory, Contemporary by Golconda essentially jump-started what is today known as “the Soho of Tel Aviv”. The Gallery will reemerge as The Ravel Museum of Contemporary Art in August 2015 and will continue to strive to showcase promising contemporary artists and expose their work to the Israeli and international public.


Down the Deep, Dark Web examines how the hidden part of the internet affects and may permanently alter the course of global politics, economics and digital monitoring. A selection of issues addressed in Down the Deep, Dark Web include: How ISIS communicates with its worldwide terrorist cells; the accessibility of online drug and gun markets; the growth of online forums for child abuse and pornography.


Elma Arts Complex Luxury Hotel is a 92-room luxury spa resort perched atop the lush and majestic precipices of Zichron Ya’akov at the southern tip of the Carmel Mountain Range overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Elma Arts Complex Luxury Hotel features Israel’s most state-of-the-art auditorium, an unparalleled Israeli art collection displayed in several gallery spaces and a world-class spa, all housed within the meticulously restored Brutalist architectural-style building created by Yaacov Rechter in 1968.


Feinberg Projects Gallery’s mission is to represent Israeli artists in the global arena, as well as to exhibit international artists in Israel and abroad. Artists we represent share an artistic outlook that resonates with contemporary international discourse while remaining responsive to the local tensions of the Israeli ‘here and now’. The gallery represents innovative emerging artists, side by side with more established ones with a bold artistic vision. Feinberg Projects is maintaining relationships with leading museums and galleries both in Israel and abroad. Our curatorial approach is interdisciplinary, encouraging the exploration of connections between visual art and other artistic mediums, as well as with philosophical concepts. This results in multilayered and multiple context exhibitions.



Founded in 2003 by Arch. Asaf Gottesman AA Dip RBA II, and Arch. Ami Szmelcman DPLG, Gottesman–Szmelcman Architecture is an international practice that focuses upon projects requiring innovative, multi-disciplinary solutions. It has developed particular skills in the domains of hospitality, urban planning, mixed use residential developments, and in one-off iconic developments that tend to crystallize key issues and generate extra-ordinary values.

Helga Design & WS Jewelry at The Norman TLV
Xhibition Creative Agency and Moody Roza collaborated to curate a morning of modern luxury showcasing the 2016 spring/summer collections of Helga Design & Weber Selivansky Jewelry while Tel Aviv’s elite sipped on fresh cocktails provided by Martini at the exclusive Norman Hotel.

Hotel Montefiore is a unique oasis of style, service, intimacy and luxury in Tel Aviv. Hotel Montefiore is perfectly placed in the heart of Tel Aviv just steps away from Rothschild Blvd. This meticulously restored 1920’s building houses 12 elegantly appointed rooms along with a world-class restaurant and bar. Their dedication to to providing a understated luxurious experience is reflected by the sartorial approach to welcoming each guest individually. If you are a worldly traveler or local needing a night away from home check into Montefiore Hotel.


In 2016 the Israel Pavilion at the Venice Biennale focuses on LifeObject: Merging Architecture and Biology, a large scale sculptural installation exhibited alongside seven speculative architectural scenarios relating to the Israel spatial reality. The pavilion is re-conceived from a mere exhibition space into a research oriented platform that will foster renewed dialogue between architecture and biology, and will open to the public during the preview weekend, May 26 – 27, 2016, and on display to the public through November 2016.


Kedem Shinar Design is a Tel Aviv based architecture & design studio, independently active since 2013. They offer complete branding packages which create a unified, cohesive design language, specializing in architecture & interior design, visual communication design, web design and company branding and product packaging design.


Keshet International is Keshet Media Group’s global distribution and production arm. Headed by CEO Alon Shtruzman, it includes Keshet’s local production outposts (Keshet UK, Keshet Asia and Keshet Studios in the US) as well as its global distribution arm.

KI’s catalogue consists of over 70 tried and tested properties that appeal to audiences worldwide, spanning all genres.

Highlights include hit drama Prisoners of War, the original Israeli version of prime time Emmy® winner Homeland; gripping espionage thriller False Flag; touching family drama The A Word; the high octane game show BOOM!; hit interactive talent show Rising Star and children’s talent show Master Class; reality dating format Girlfri3nds; and ‘buddy comedy’ Traffic Light, winner of an International Emmy® award.


Kuli Alma (Aramaic: “The Whole World”) is a music and art-focused nightlife institution nestled into the creative crux of south Tel Aviv. Having opened in March 2014, Kuli Alma focuses on bringing out-of-the-box content to a far-reaching audience of insatiable night owls, music lovers and culture enthusiasts, whether embedded within the local creative community or first-time visitors to Tel Aviv’s thriving nightlife landscape.


Milu Hotel, located in the heart of Florence on the exquisite Via de Tornabuoni, boasts 22 stylish rooms that embody the essence of understated luxury. With a focus on geometric precision, Milu Hotel fuses old world elegance with modern designs that span across its five floors. Each of the five floors is seamlessly connected by way of a meticulously preserved staircase from 15th century. At Milu Hotel, stairs are not a mere way of transit, they are a means of engagement and exploration, mending the cracks separating past from present blending the classicalism of Florence with the international aesthetic of today.


NewCO2Fuels Ltd., founded in 2011, commercializes a technology conceived by Prof. Jacob Karni’s laboratory at the Weizmann Institute of Science. Prof. Karni and his team conducted eight years of research on high-temperature CO2dissociation and showed that the technology has the ability to convert CO2 into fuels.

NewCO2Fuels is managed by experienced executives in the high technology and cleantech industries and employs talented engineers working in collaboration with Prof. Karni’s team to develop and build an economically viable CO2-to-fuel reactor using solar thermal energy.

NewCO2Fuels Ltd. is a subsidiary of GreenEarth Energy Limited (ASX:GER), a diversified Australian renewable-energy company with interests in conventional geothermal resources as well as the development of new technologies in Australia and abroad.


ORIENTED is a feature documentary exploring the lives of three gay Palestinian best friends confronting their national and sexual identity in Tel Aviv. It is the debut for filmmaker Jake Witzenfeld. The film premiered at the Sheffield Doc Fest before opening its US run at the LA Film Festival and is set to tour the world in the coming 18 months.


Ronit Gafni Expert Property Services is located in the lively and historical Jaffa and assists with all things property related whether it is looking to buy a home for your personal use or to add to a property portfolio as a strategic investment. Ronit will also provide management of your home’s planning, construction, renovation and styling as well as personal concierge services to look after your dream home.


Israeli Chef Yuval Fachler has anchored in Tel Aviv to conceptualize “Salva Vida”- Restaurant in Movement, the innovative toque’s newest culinary endeavor, which opened at the Brown TLV hotel on April 1, 2016.

The Salva Vida residency at Brown TLV is a creative partnership that brings Chef Fachler’s delectable incarnation of California-meets-Mediterranean cuisine centered upon urban gardening techniques and dedication to unwaveringly fresh raw materials with deft techniques digested from studying at the C.I.A.


Tel Aviv Museum of Art is a municipal museum, one of Israel’s leading artistic and cultural institutions. The museum comprises various departments: The Department of Israeli Art, which holds a comprehensive collection of local art from the beginning of the 20th century to the present; the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art, which encompasses international works from the mid-19th century to the present; the Department of Prints and Drawings; the Department of Photography; the Department of Architecture and Design; and the Old Masters Department, with art from the 16th to the 19th century.


Brown Beach House, a sister hotel to the renowned Brown TLV by the Leopard group is high-end-yet-extremely playful boutique property unlike any other currently sitting on Tel Aviv’s Mediterranean beachfront. A modernization of the retro summer resorts of the 1950’s it’s a throwback to times past and the Golden Age of legendary and intimate boutique beachside hotels.


The Brown TLV is a boutique hotel that caters to the value-minded yet stylish-discerning guest. Combining unique retro design, buzzing ambiance and personalized service, Brown TLV is an award winning member of Design Hotels recommended by international magazines such as NY Times, Wallpaper, Conde Nast Traveller, Vogue and Time Magazine.


Nestled in the picturesque narrow lanes of Acre, the Efendi Hotel overlooks the historic city walls and the magnificent Mediterranean Sea beyond. The unique structure of this hotel combines two ancient houses that have hundreds of years of history stored within their walls. These houses were meticulously reconstructed and merged into one building before being converted into a boutique hotel.

The Efendi Hotel is the fulfillment of a dream long held by Uri Jeremias, chef and proprietor of the famed Uri Buri restaurant. Complex preservation and restoration work over a period of eight years gave birth to a gorgeous, breathtaking pearl that was truly a labor of love. Thought was invested in each and every detail of the preservation work, which was performed under the supervision of the Antiquities Authority. Artisans were specially flown in from Italy in order to undertake this delicate work, as well as the restoration of the beautiful ceilings. Also preserved was a fresco of the city of Istanbul, which was found at the site. The fresco had been created in 1878 in honor of the new Orient Express train station.


The Norman Hotel was recently awarded “Best Boutique Hotel in the World” by Jetsetter Magazine and is situated in two meticulously renovated heritage buildings in the heart of Tel Aviv, the Norman Hotel has brought an unparalleled level of luxury hospitality and refinement to the city.


The POLI HOUSE, set to open in August 2016, is a groundbreaking design hotel by Karim Rashid, described by Time magazine as the “most famous industrial designer in all the Americas”. Located in a restored 1930’s Bauhaus building at the top of Nahalat Binyamin the design is meant to bring together the digital age in which we live with the energy and pulse of Tel Aviv into a tangible form with colors, graphics, and function.


World Jewish Heritage was established in 2011 to preserve Jewish heritage worldwide and promote tourism to a variety of sites and cultural events of great importance to the Jewish people. The non-profit organisations hopes to honor past generations and maintain Jewish heritage for those to come.