The £33.7m Herta and Paul Amir Building will open in November

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The Tel Aviv Museum of Art has announced that the £33.7m Herta and Paul Amir Building designed by Preston Scott Cohen, is to open in November. The concrete and glass structure is built around a spiralling, top-lit, 87ft-high atrium known as the Lightfall and covers 18,500ft2 of gallery space across five levels. As well as housing the museum’s Israeli art collection it will provide a 7,000ft2 auditorium.