Jerusalem

Wjood Community Centre - Hamilat Al-Tib Society

The “Janho” historic building is over 650 years old located near Jaffa Gate northwest the Old City. Originally built as residence for the Khalidi family, the building was sold to the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate about a century ago. The building was abando

Guidance and Advice Centre

Located in a two-storey building facing Al-Buraq plaza, the property was abandoned for many years until the Awqaf administration began utilizing it as a Counseling and Guidance Center. The restoration project included restoration of the historic parts of

Al- Hilal Club

The Jerusalem Hilal Club is located in the heart of the city of Jerusalem a few meters away from the walls of the City and near the Palestinian Museum. There is no accurate information about the building’s historical period, but it seems that it was built

Burj Al Laqlaq

The four- dunum space is located at the north eastern edge of the Old City of Jerusalem, surrounded by the famous Old City Ottoman walls. It is the largest open space offering the Palestinian population a much- needed amenity for sport, recreation and soc

Al Saraya Community Centre

Adaptive Reuse: The aim of conservation should be the daily utilization of historic buildings since this integrates the structures into the community and is one of the best methods to protect it against physical damage. Some creative solutions have been found for adaptive reuse of neglected buildings by restoring the structure to use through providing modern facilities while protecting the historic and architectural features.

Spafford Children Centre

The Centre was established 80 years ago by an American resident, Bertha Spafford Vester, as a charitable institution to improve the health of Jerusalem’s children. The Centre occupies a complex of attached buildings inside a northern section of the walled

Austrian clinic

Adaptive Reuse: The aim of conservation should be the daily utilization of historic buildings since this integrates the structures into the community and is one of the best methods to protect it against physical damage. Some creative solutions have been found for adaptive reuse of neglected buildings by restoring the structure to use through providing modern facilities while protecting the historic and architectural features.

Centre for Social and Health Care

The building is located in al-Sa’deyya neighbourhood in the Old City of Jerusalem, located in a traditionally designed house consisting of two floors surrounding a small open courtyard with another adjacent yard on the 2nd floor. The Centre for Social a

Arab Society for the Blind

Located in the centre of the Old City, the buildings in this exceptional complex date from the Ottoman period. Originally built as a residence and used as a school during Jordanian rule, the Arab Blind Association rented the complex in 1954 to serve the blind in Jerusalem. The three levels of buildings surrounding beautiful gardens are used as workshops for the blind, offices and services. The restoration project included introducing new infrastructure, tiling the courtyards and adapting some of the buildings to accommodate the special needs of the blind.

Coptic Youth Club

The Club is situated in a building owned by St. Antony’s Monastery in the Old City of Jerusalem, next to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher; this location makes it an invaluable part of the urban structure of Jerusalem. The club will be used for sports, cul

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