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YBGSNA | The De-Paris House

Architecture Baer, Shifman-Nathan Architects | The De-Paris House

The De-Paris House is a preservation renovation project. It is located in an old Ottoman structure of 1885 at Benei-Brith Street in the Ethiopian Compound in Jerusalem.

Baer, Shifman-Nathan Architects | The De-Paris House

© G. Shifman-Nathan

Baer, Shifman-Nathan Architects | The De-Paris House

© G. Shifman-Nathan

The main architectural endeavor in this project was to preserve as meticulously as possible the old structure and convert it into a comfortable residential space.

Location: Bnei-Brith Street, Jerusalem, Israel
Designer: YBGSNA | Galit Shifman-Nathan
Project name: The De-Paris House
Area: 100 sq.m.
Cost: $140,000
Completed: 2006
Client: Mr De-Paris
Photography: G. Shifman-Nathan
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