Avigdor


In the reviving Montifiori neighborhood at the heart of Tel Aviv, Architect Pitsou Kedem has planned and restored a large industrial building that was used as a factory in the 1950s.
The enormous high-ceilinged space was designed with clean lines and industrial elements, and allows great flexibility in designing and planning events. It is fitted with professional sound and lighting systems for dancing and shows.
The building features a large peripheral urban courtyard used as a reception or “Chuppah” area or for any other activity.
There is a new building constructed in the same style as the central space.
The doors of these two spaces open into the courtyard to create an enormous area for large events in the entire complex.
Small functions may be held by separating them from each other

Erez and Hanan Catering cook and serve from the open kitchen, and provide a special adventure of flavors, aromas, sounds and colors.
The open kitchen is integrated in the event space. It is a unique attraction and the center of any event, because at Avigdor, food is an important issue.
The kitchen can also be closed and separated by roll up shutters.
The huge bar is run by 647’s professional staff.
The interior of the complex and the special items of furniture were designed by Dan Troim..
Private and business events of almost any size are held at the venue, any time of day, any day of the week (including Friday and Saturday).

acc* The venue is fully accessible.