Jerusalem

Suq al-Qattanin

One of the finest and rarest examples of Mamluk bazaars, and including the magnificent Bab al-Qattanin gate from Al Haram Al Sharif, this arcade was once one of the most important in Jerusalem, but had badly deteriorated over the centuries. The project involved restoration and rehabilitation of the roof which was completed in 2003, and a two-phased restoration of the shopping arcades and stalls, begun in 2004 and completed in 2005.

Rehabilitation of Al-Zahra Street Phase 1

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

Al Huda School – Al Khanqah Complex

Al Huda School was established in 1991 by Al-Aqsa Foundation. The school is located on the first floor and is accessed by a common entrance that also leads to an open court shared by many residences. It consists of four classrooms, secretarial office, a k

College Des Freres

The school is located in the northeast side of the Old City adjacent to the walls near New Gate.The school consists mainly of two main buildings and three small buildings adjacent to the Old City walls in addition to the yards and playgrounds.The project implementation was divided into two main phases; the 1st phase was carried out in 2009 and covered 3 main areas: separating the kindergarten from the areas used by older children; installation of amenities such as a cafeteria, a canteen and toilets located in the ground floor; and implementing the 1st phase of the Student Museum for Science

Restoration of Al Quds Club

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

Ribat Al Zamani

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

This component includes rehabilitation and restoration of individual housing units or comprehensive restoration of residential complexes (AHWASH).

The OCJRP team carefully restores the historic parts of the building or complex according to International standards for conservation and replaces the unsuitable additions by modern spaces compatible with the needs of residents.

Kamil Mujahid

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

This component includes rehabilitation and restoration of individual housing units or comprehensive restoration of residential complexes (AHWASH).

The OCJRP team carefully restores the historic parts of the building or complex according to International standards for conservation and replaces the unsuitable additions by modern spaces compatible with the needs of residents.

Jameel Abu Sneineh

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

This component includes rehabilitation and restoration of individual housing units or comprehensive restoration of residential complexes (AHWASH).

The OCJRP team carefully restores the historic parts of the building or complex according to International standards for conservation and replaces the unsuitable additions by modern spaces compatible with the needs of residents.

In'am Awad

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

This component includes rehabilitation and restoration of individual housing units or comprehensive restoration of residential complexes (AHWASH).

The OCJRP team carefully restores the historic parts of the building or complex according to International standards for conservation and replaces the unsuitable additions by modern spaces compatible with the needs of residents.

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