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YBGSNA | A Boutique Hotel

Concept & Competition Baer, Shifman-Nathan Architects | A Boutique Hotel

54 HaNevi’im Street is the new branding name for a luxurious boutique hotel in a landmark building in the Historic City Center of Jerusalem. The original building is a two storey 19th century eclectic building onto which we are proposing an additional floor that would match stylistically the original structure. This project involves both a meticulous preservation work of an existing structure and at the same time reinvention of its interior to function as a modern high end hotel.

Baer, Shifman-Nathan Architects | A Boutique Hotel

Baer, Shifman-Nathan Architects | A Boutique HotelThe 18 luxury suites are designed with all modern comforts and facilities while preserving the qualities of one of the most historic neighborhoods of the New Jerusalem with its inner courtyards and hidden balconies.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel
ArchitectYBGSNA
Project name: A Boutique Hotel
Area: 1,000 m2
Client: Stern – Tura Ltd
Structural: Engineer S. Natshe
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