Design et vieilles pierres / Old or new, no need to choose

Lieux ancestraux et modernité ne font pas toujours bon ménage car l’un l’emporte toujours sur l’autre. Pourtant, l’hôtel Mamilla à Jérusalem semble avoir trouvé le bon équilibre: le mise en valeur des pierres anciennes, si importantes dans la culture locale et l’épure d’un design contemporain affirmé, font bon ménage à l’intérieur des espaces publics, comme sur les terrasses de l’hôtel. Une envie irrésistible de redécouvrir l’histoire ?

There a little examples of a great mix between century-old places and bold contemporary architecture. Well, the Mamilla hotel in Jerusalem could be one of them. They seem to have balance very well the presence of old stones and stone walls, so important in the local culture, and the integration of pure and bold design elements. Another good reason to go and live the history in Israël.


Place / Mamilla Hotel, Jerusalem, Israël

Architect(e) / Moshe Safdie

Interior designer / Piero Lissoni

Information / Wallpaper

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