Tel Aviv’s Bauhaus architecture may be famous, but the city was noticeably short on contemporary architectural flair until the arrival in 2010 of Ron Arad’s ruby-red Design Museum. The $18 million venue is the first major public work by the Anglo-Israeli Arad — a swirling, swooshing piece of metal displaying a rotating roster of international design exhibitions. Here, you can stroll through important galleries displaying everything from paintings to sculpture. It’s definitely worth an afternoon.
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