Jerusalem

Restoration of Nidal centre

The housing renewal component is a major part of OCJRP activities since the programme establishment, consisting around 70% of its projects.

Syriac Orthodox Club

Syrian orthodox club was established in 1922; and was attached to the Syrian school in the Al-Qatmon in West Jerusalem and its activities were extended to the year 1948, where the club activates were stopped as a result of Israeli-Arab war.
The re-opening of the new branch of the club was in 1956 in the Old City of Jerusalem, which located near of St. Mark Syrian orthodox convent, and still to this day, the activities carried out by the club is diverse between Scouting , the social and sports activities.

The Higher National Committee for Prevention of Drugs

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.
• an abandoned house was converted into the Old City headquarters for the OCJRP office

Community Centre - Alquds Unversity

This historic structure, possibly used as a Crusader church, tannery and carpentry at one time, had been closed and abandoned for decades. It required major restoration and heavy structural consolidation as it suffered from humidity and physical deteriora

restoration of Al-Masad Building

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.

Al Khanika Minaret

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.

Masjed Omar Ben Khatab

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.

Dar Al Fatwa Guest House

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.

Al-Madrassa al-Manjakiyya “Department of Islamic Waqf”

With its main facade and arcade inside Al Haram Al Sharif, this beautiful Mamluk Madrassa, established in 1361 AD/762 by Saif Eddin Manjak, is part of the exceptional historic environment surrounding Al Haram Al Sharif. The project included restoration of

The National Music Conservatoire ( Edward Said)

The Shihabi family building located in al-Zahra Str. In East Jerusalem was last owned by the late Zuleikha Shihabi who was a renowned Palestinian women’s rights activist. It dates back to 1900-1920. This residence delineates a particular and important per

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