Second year Studio
Led by | Architect Architect Moran Amikam
Analysing and planning an architecture intervention of a residential building in Jerusalem.
Choosing a residential building located in the seam between two neighborhoods in Jerusalem, observation of the structure itself, it’s surroundings, and it’s urban context.
Finding that the orientation of the building refers only to itself, the circulation, the facades, and the internal programs. By planning a new structure in front of the existing building, I have created a “new face” to the structure, new facade, public situations, a definite stopping place, and a more pleasant passage. In terms of the program, the structure will function mostly as a residential building with varying residential units.