Built in 1925 the Pagoda House is one of the most impressive examples of eclectic style in Tel Aviv. Its three-storey building combines elements of several architectural styles, time periods, and motives. Its shape was inspired by a traditional Chinese pagoda, but contains arches, elements of typical Islam architecture, and Greek Doric columns. Such eclecticism was designed to show the wealth of the owner. It is a private villa now, so you can see it from the outside only. By the way, the best view is from King Albert Square, which is also a nice place to unwind.