The Schumacher Hotel was built in the end of the 19th century by Yaakov Schumacher of the Templers that immigrated to Israel. He was a stonemason and so the building is abundant with stone and marble work. Schumacher was the president of the Templers committee in Haifa and built a lot of houses in Haifa and Nazareth.
In 2015 a massive ongoing renovation of the Schumacher house into a hotel has begun, with an addition of a 6-story modern building with a public garden in front for guests.
Noga Nagarut restored the windows of the original building and installed the windows in the new building, as well as Meranti wood wing shutters and the interior and exterior doors according to strict acoustic and insulation requirements.
Architecture: Mochly-Eldar Architects
Entrepreneurs: David Be’eri in collaboration with Aroma Espresso Bar Israel
Windows and shutters: Noga Nagarut