The Naomi Givon House, located in the oldest neighborhood in Tel Aviv, is a good example of a middle class residential house typical of the period in which it was built - wide open oriental spaces. Each floor is planed as a large central hall surrounded by several smaller rooms The building was originally built in stages starting from approximately 1890 for the ground floor while the first floor dates from 1905 to 1912 and is separated by a staircase. As a separate apartment The house was empty for years . While working on the renovation plans , the architects carefully documented the building and the typical architectural details. In 2006, after a particularly rainy night, the building collapsed. Immediately afterwards, Despite the potential for designing more levels within the volume of the restored building, larger floor area in a new building plan , the owner decided to keep the original volume, and the refurbishment kept the two main floors with especially high ceilings and the construction plan was put together adhering to careful conservation of the external façade of the building.
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