Audio guide card for the Weizmann House
Staircase in the Weizmann House
© Council of Conservation of Heritage Sites in Israel, via Wikimedia Commons

Project information

  • Customer: Weizmann House (Rehovot)
  • Product: Audio guide
  • Content production by Nubart: No
  • Year of launch: 2021
  • Project status: Active

Our audio guide card for the Weizmann's House

The Weizmann House was built in 1936 by the famous German architect Erich Mendelssohn as the private home of Dr. Chaim Weizmann and Dr. Vera Weizmann, who lived there from 1937 until 1952. The building has been declared an “Iconic House”, thus becoming a part of the exclusive global network of architecturally significant private homes from the 20th century and the very first house to achieve this special status in Israel. It was built to look like a ship, and the surrounding gardens were designed with terraces resembling waves. After being submitted to a thorough renovation process the house was re-opened to the public in 2017.

The audio guide has content in Hebrew, English, French, Russian and Spanish, and includes an audio guide for children in Hebrew. All content has been provided by the customer. The Hebrew content is displayed in a layout adapted to RTL languages.