Mexico building – The Faculty of Arts – Tel Aviv

Mexico building – The Faculty of Arts – Tel Aviv

 

Construction Year: 1964.

 

Architects: Professor Architect Dan Eitan, Architect Izhak Yashar, A.L.R. Architect and City Planners.

 

Mexico building was constructed in 1964. The building is used for a variety of activities in both the practical aspect and the theoretical aspect of the arts fields. In this building the fields  of Art History, Theatre and Cinema are taught.

 

Mexico building has awarded the professor Dan Eitan and the Architect Izhak Yashar the Rokach Prize for Architecture.

 

The structure is made out of exposed, industrialized concrete and develops in three stripes in the center of which is the entrance lobby. In the south wing are the teacher lounges and administration offices; in the middle wing are the entrance hall, performance hall, cinema workshops, exhibition hall and library; in the north wing are the craftsmanship and study workshops.

 

Mexico building – Architecture and Ideology: article by Michael Jacobson >

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