The Mashrabiya Building is located in the Arab Palestinian village Beit Safafa between Jerusalem and Bethlehem. It was designed as a contemporary re-interpretation of traditional elements of Arab vernacular architecture, providing at the same time new and imaginative solutions for the transforming social and cultural landscape of the village on the brink of urbanization. It hosts an office and gallery in its ground floor, and residential flats in upper floors.



The mashrabiye house by senan abdelqader in Israel won the WA Award Cycle 2. Please find below the WA Award poster for this project.

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