Jerusalem, Israel, 2009
The Mamilla Hotel is a quintessentially urban place. It is a combination of historic buildings and contemporary architecture rising out of the network of alleys which connect the walled and the new cities of Jerusalem. It combines the pattern of the old with cutting edge modernity. The paired-back, minimalist aesthetic of the interior is magnificently contextualized and framed by the historic Jerusalem architecture, and through unique emboldening touches, as a result when of being in housed in a modern classic edifice. The hotel was designed in conjunction with the renowned Italian designer Piero Lissoni.
Project Type: Hotel
Client: Alrov Luxury Hotels
Cost: $60 million
Interior Designer - Piero Lissoni