Yehuda HaLevi 60
The Delfiner house was designed in 1934 by the architect Ze’ev Heller as a large corner residence consisting of two entrances as per the spirit of the modern architecture movement.
The building has two facades – the interior walls are rounded while the exterior edges which surround the corner verandas are built with the contours of a flower. This outer layer serves as kind of screen wall, emphasizing the qualities of the facades and drawing a focus on the intersection of the two streets. The corner of the house is highlighted by two established Washingtonian trees located in the courtyard. We restored the buildings facades.
Floors 3 | Apartments 6
Project Type: Preservation
Architect: Tal Eyal