On the 48 th floor, in a tower in central Tel Aviv, a 400 sqm apartment was designed for four people with two separate spaces , for hosting and living with an impressive art collection entwined in them.
Amit Geron photography
The family who built this home wanted to create a relaxing, embracing environment which, while providing a view to the surrounding green, pastoral landscapes, manages to maintain a sense of privacy.
On this project we chose to give special attention to hallways. While bedrooms and living rooms are always getting careful treatment in design, hallways and corridors are many times left untouched …
The Flow house is built on a dual plot, and our challenge was giving the costumers a sense of privacy, intimacy and freedom with in their home.
The Box Loft was commissioned while the building was being built, so the apartment was left an empty shell without anything else than the structure for us to design it with maximum freedom.
Architect Raz Melamed lives and works in Israel designing spaces. Melamed designed “A3” for clients in Tel Aviv who work as art curators. First, Melamed addressed his client’s need for hosting guests.