The Tel Aviv power station sits up in the north of Tel Aviv Port. The recently established recreational area (2011 designed by Mayslits Kassif Architects) spans around the building with its 1930s era facade (designed by Ed Rosenhak). It is a strong and out of world place occupied by joggers, couples, and walkers. An in-between area connecting Tel Aviv and Ramat Aviv Hadasha like storyline between industrialisation and postmodernism. Today only one part of the power station, Reading D, remains in operation. Reading A became a public exhibition area. Reading B, and C are closed down waiting for different times.

The Area of Reading Power Station, Tel Aviv, Isarel

11. June 2018 | Photo Reportage
The Tel Aviv power station sits up in the north of Tel Aviv Port. The recently established recreational area (2011 designed by Mayslits Kassif Architects) spans around the building with its 1930s era facade (designed by Ed Rosenhak). It is a strong and out of world place occupied by joggers, couples, and walkers. An in-between area connecting Tel Aviv and Ramat Aviv Hadasha like storyline between industrialisation and postmodernism. Today only one part of the power station, Reading D, remains in operation. Reading A became a public exhibition area. Reading B, and C are closed down waiting for different times.

The Area of Reading Power Station, Tel Aviv, Isarel

11. June 2018 | Photo Reportage

The Area of Reading Power Station, Tel Aviv, Isarel

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