Hansen House, Jerusalem.
The Pavilion is a site specific work at Hansen House garden, it consists of an open seasonal structure built out of waste woven from organic materials collected from the vicinity of the complex, whilst also serving as a bar in its interior.
Beside the nomadic influence of the pavilion’s architecture, the work draws its inspiration from the history of the site that served its residents as an autarkic economy sustaining its own needs.
photographs by Shay Halevi and Dor Kedmi
* The Hansen House is located in Talbiya neighborhood. In the late 19th century it was a hospital for Hansen's disease (leprosy). Later, it served as an outpatient clinic and housed the National Center for Hansen's Disease.
The compound is now an art exhibition space and a cultural center of Design, Media and Technology.