Ridman house was built between 1934-1935 as part of the second phase of "Craftsmen B" neighborhood. Located in Unesco's world heritage site "white city" buffer zone, Ridman's house was categorized for preservation in 2003. The building was originally designed by architect I. Burman for Ya'akov Ridman, in the International style. The building has a symmetrical façade to Shenkin street with balconies that integrate built balustrades and ironworking balustrades and windows which emphasize the horizontal line. The original building was three stories, this comprised a commercial ground floor and two residential floors. A floor in the original contour and another two setback stories were added in addition to the preservation work of the original building.