Jerusalem

Al Maylawyya Mosque and Hall

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.

Restoration of St John Eye care 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

Khan Tankaz - Al-Quds University Studies Centre

The entrance for the Mamluk Khan Tankaz is midway in Suq al-Qattanin. The Mamluk complex once provided accommodation for pilgrims and visitors to the Old City. In 2004 the complex-wide courtyard and the attached rooms on both the ground and the first fl

Hab Rumman Mill - Computer Center

The project is part of a late Ottoman building located in Bab Hutta used originally as a flour mill and stables for animals. This 19th century Ottoman space was restored and adapted to be utilized by al-Quds University as a computer centre, to serve the community of Bab Hutta, one of the most deprived neighborhoods in the Old City.

Riyad al-Aqsa School-Phase 2

Separated by a wall from the main school building which was renovated in phase one, work on this building involved the complete rehabilitation of the building in addition to upgrading the old dilapidated infrastructure and rehabilitation of all networks. The buildings were linked during the project to facilitate use by the school.

Reyad Al Aqsa School-Phase one

This Ottoman building, located in Haret Al-Sa’diyya, is used as a girls' preliminary school. Restoration involved complete rehabilitation of the classrooms, courtyards, and roofs. Exterior façades were re-pointed and interior walls were re-plastered, using traditional material. The old ancient infrastructure was upgraded while sewage, water, electrical, and rain drainage networks were rehabilitated.

Al-Huda Kindergarten

The kindergarten was established by al-Aqsa Charitable Society and is located in an Ottoman period historic building at Aqabet al Tikkiyya. The kindergarten consists of two floors: the ground floor has three classrooms and the administration office while

Al-Nahda Girls Islamic School B

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-Aytam al-Islamiya :Restoration of Academic and Industrial School

Dar al-Aytam al-Islamiya (Industrial & Academic School) The comprehensive restoration of the 600-year-old Mamluk and Ottoman complex was undertaken in six phases beginning in 1999; it was completed in 2004. The $3.5 million project, financed by private donations raised during the Sharja festival in 1998, and by grants from the Islamic Development Bank and from Welfare’s own resources. Project implementation was based on the results of extensive technical surveys, a historic analysis study and needs assessment study.

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