Israel Bank of Agriculture was built in the '50s and has been standing unused for over a decade. It is ongoing a process of preservation and renovation, including the addition of two stories and conversion to a residential building. In the meantime, the ground floor was converted into a temporary showroom for Lexus cars, including a gallery and event space. The entrance lobby includes an impressive exhibition space with a central atrium. Wooden windows and other architectural elements are reflected in subtle intervention in the existing space. A glass wall connects the lobby to its surrounding and introduces the bustle of the city into the building.