Built in 1925, the Pagoda House is one of the most impressive examples of eclectic architecture in Tel Aviv. The three story house integrates elements from several architectural styles, time periods and motifs; its form is inspired by a traditional Chinese pagoda, combined with load-bearing Islamic arches and Greek columns.

The renovating of the house started in 1990, following years of neglect. French interior and product designer, Andrée Putman, was contracted to restore it to its original splendor.