In this house specifically, you will see: how it became a city? How it grew? What were its first features? And the
context for an entire life Muharraq lived in the nineteen eighties. The Architectural Heritage House is home to the artistic works, drawings, architectural photographs gathered or drawn by the architect John Yarwood in homage to his
stay in the city of Muharraq between 1 983 and 1985. The engineer Yarwood donated all his writings, pictures and drawings about the architectural heritage of Bahrain to the Sheikh Ebrahim Center as a resource, reference and an opportunity for researchers of traditional architecture.
This dream of expanding this project becomes reality soon after the house was bought with the support of the Gulf Finance House and the Bahrain Airport Company provided support for restoration.
House was bought with the support of the Gulf Finance House and
The Bahrain Airport Company provided support for restoration