Tel-Aviv begun to be shaped in its urban form during the 1930's. Most of the buildings, which were in the International Style had balconies- the local interpretation of the horizontal ribbon windows, which characterized it. Beyond their importance in the facades composition, and in linking the open space and the solid mass of the building; the balcony offered an outdoor space for the families to enjoy the warm weather. Consequently new patterns of usage, interactions with neighbours and bypassers were formed. In the cityscape the balconies displayed the daily routine life and enriched the experience of the people walking along the streets of Tel-Aviv.