Duplex Apartment in Tel Aviv / Fun-ctional Box by K.O.T Project

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What happens at the junction of a design rich aesthetic from the 50s through the 70s and the “cleanliness” of current design? When minimalist, utilitarian carpentry meets crafted objects and Oriental inspiration? What sparks when urbanity and nature loving coalesced? This intersection of worlds is found in the newly designed Nahalat Yitzhak apartment in Tel Aviv.

Interior Design: K.O.T Project
Project: “Fun-ctional box” – Duplex Apartment
Area 130 sqm
Location: Tel-Aviv, Israel
Complited: 2015-2016

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