John Pawson a British architect designer, transformed recently a 19th-Century Former Hospital Into the Jaffa, a Luxury Hotel in Tel Aviv.
What was a French 19th-century hospital is now, thanks to a sensitive restoration and the addition of a new building by Interior Design Hall of Fame.
John Pawson, ate the Jaffa, a luxury property featuring 120 guest rooms and suites, 32 residences, two restaurants, and a spa, it’s really beautiful don’t you think?
The u-shape of the construction, the five-story former hospital was built in the neo-Roman style, its magnificent arched colonnades framing outdoor loggias retained and restored. The building contains 40 hotel rooms, as well as the Chapel, a stunning triple-height bar/lounge fashioned from a deconsecrated actual chapel, and two ground-level restaurants, which spill out to the oak tree–shaded central courtyard with pool.
This new six-story structure houses the main lobby with 32 residential apartments and the remaining 80 hotel rooms. The subterranean spa and fitness center are located between the two buildings as you can see on the images.
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