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Gavish Apartment in Tel Aviv / Gali Amit

Gavish Apartment by Gali Amit

Architect: Gali Amit
Project: Gavish Apartment
Location: Tel Aviv, Israel
Project Year 2017
Photography: Amit Geron

Located at the heart of a metropolis, this duplex apartment is on the 32/33 floor of a Tel Aviv tower. Designed by Gali Amit, the Gavish Apartment is endowed with large floor to ceiling windows, showing magnificent cityscapes 24/7. As reflection to an urban landscapes, the apartment appropriates a ‘sense of urbanism’ in having a double height ‘public space’ along with its selected materials and tonality.

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The walls of the ‘publics space’ are rendered with cement, yet compartmented by slim horizontal brass bars.

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The central space enjoys a flight of stairs made of slender white steel, a 3m high thin shelves library, with an integral stepladder attached; and a” Bulthaup” aluminium graphite kitchen.

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The apartment houses a couple in their 50’s, whose children have already grown up and left home. As the couple enjoys entertaining guests; the design brief included elements required for good hospitality; such as a large kitchen with wide-ranging functionality; guests bedroom with all necessary services and entertainment areas.

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The first floor is the ‘public space’; it includes the ‘official’ hospitality area, an entertainment area, kitchen and the dining area, and guests bedrooms, all positioned below the mezzanine so to contribute additional privacy.

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The flight of stairs is designed to enhance a sense of double level spaciousness, giving a sensation of an extra high ceiling.

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The internal mezzanine is the ‘private space’; it is the couple’s private ‘playground’. It is an open space bedroom; the back of the bed functions as a partition to a gym, here cityscape sights stretch endlessly. The bathroom is furnished with a glass partition of which one side has a double basins cabinet and the other contains an ellipse shaped bathtub with marble tiles.

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The Gavish apartment enjoys minimalist aesthetics with fine-cut neatness. Some of the additional particular choices such as carpets, wooden floors and brass profiles, are all contributing towards a totality that of warm homey urban experience.

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