The challenge in designing this 250 sq/m apartment in a Tel Aviv residential tower was to turn a standard space into a personal and individualized home that reflects the tastes and lifestyle of its occupants.
To turn the standard space into a unique home, we combined a rich variety of materials, textures and furniture, as well as a colorful collection of eclectic contemporary art which is displayed throughout the apartment.
The dining area has a large beautiful table and chairs with a Tom Dixon light fixture hanging above them. At the head of the table is a mid-20th century piece designed by Gio Ponti, alongside a contemporary sculpture by the Israeli designer Arik Levy.
The living room is characterized by a pallet of soft and smoky colors tied together by a spectacular rug that combines all the colors used in the space. An airy bookcase also displays art objects including a statue by Jaima Hayun.
The intimate terrace is full of shades of blue and green, vegetation is interwoven with unique ceramic tables and blue sofas.