A modern interpretation of Jerusalem's architectural heritage
The Mesila project consists of two residential buildings with seven floors each. Its design offers a modern interpretation of Jerusalem architecture. A terraced design, spacious balconies and traditional Jerusalem stone cladding, blended with modern concrete, glass and iron composes a facade that connects the old with the new and creates a new architectural icon.
At the base of the two buildings is an intimate and polished commercial floor with boutiques and galleries leading to an exclusive, designed lobby. This creates a pleasant gradual passage from the public domain to perfect home privacy.