The 80 sqm long strip apartment (its length is 19 m and its width 3.70 m only), located in central of Tel Aviv, intended for a holiday home town for a family who likes to entertain has transformed by Interior designers Yael Perry, Dafna Gravinsky and architect Amir Navon into a minimalist airy space punctuated by delicate black & white grid and furnishings.
This vacation home situated in Jean Nouvel’s Le Nouvel Ardmore condominium was designed with the goal to immerse the owner in a holiday mood. Harnessing the unblocked view of the skyscape, blue marble floors create a seamless transition between the interiors and the expansive sky to give a sublime feeling of lightness upon entering the living room
Studio DiDeA converted a former brick manufacturing facility located in an historical building in downtown Palermo into a residential interior: a tiny vertical loft with clever storage and space-saving solutions featuring double-height spaces and a black steel staircase.
This light-flooded penthouse wants to recreate a pleasant, special space. A space of enjoyment but, at the same time, versatile and flexible. A small break in the heights. Therefore, it has been organized in a diaphanous way, allowing our clients to organize and take advantage of it according to their needs.
This project deals with the interior refurbishment of an apartment aiming to redefine its spaces according the new owners needs. The apartment has an area of 165 m2 and is located in Neuilly-sur-Seine, Paris.
The Voltaire apartment is located in a 1920’s industrial building of Paris’ 11ᵗʰ arrondissement. The initial space of square proportions is stripped down to raw concrete. The sole addition of a central island is enough to define a variety of spaces, entrance, main living space, dressing, horizontal and vertical circulations, without the need for any wall or partition.