Interactive architectural experience based on the books written by architect David Kroyanker
Some important details
Date and time
Opening on 31.7
Included with general admission
The Tower of David Jerusalem Museum
Starting on the 31.7, a new exhibition will open in our rotating gallery. An interactive architectural experience based on the books written by architect David Kroyanker. The exhibition will display illustrations of buildings and of architectural objects that represent the walls of the old city, and the five Jerusalem streets: Meah Shearim, Haneveim, Yaffo, Ramban, and Emek Refaim. By way of these urban illustrations, encounter the various styles of Jerusalem architecture from the 16th century until today.
Come meet the visual dictionary of the city. Connect the doors, windows, gates, and ornaments with one another, and create your own Jerusalem streets and buildings. With the help of touch screens simulating sketch tables, digitally wander around the Jerusalem area, and design a new building to be projected on the walls of the gallery. The projected buildings will generate a collective Jerusalem Street that incorporates the visitor’s own creations.
In addition to the exhibition, we will also offer creative workshops for children based on the contents of the exhibition.
Arts and Crafts Workshop inspired by the exhibition “Street Games”
A coloring book, a large floor game as well as a kit to build your own Jerusalem Street – all for 15 NIS per child.
Purchase the kit at the Ticket Office. No additional price for accompanying adults.
Coloring pages for kids
Download coloring sheets based on the exhibition “Street Games”. Explore Jerusalem from home through the streets of the city! Download the files and there are coloring sheets and explanations about the architecture of the streets.
Curator: Architect Dana Gordon
Creative and Digital Media Director: Yoav Cohen