Bialik 18. Tel Aviv Jaffa, Israel
Project dealt with architecture documentation and conservation. As such, we created both physical and digital documentation book, accounting for building's full features.
The building itself was planned by Architect Alexander Levy and was built in 1936 on the ruins of Berlin's house.
The structure consists of two blocks - one circular and one rectangular. The building is covered with plaster flush called WASCHPUTS. There is a garden in the front, containing unique vegetation that emphasizes the character of the house.
As part of the project, we used different sources to collect the building's documents (e.g City-Hall, past/present tenants etc.), documented original elements that remained at the building and analysed its environment. In addition, we conducted new plans, sections and renders of the site. This has allowed us to create a full conservation profile for the building.