Planning and interior design of 50 sqm apartment in central Tel Aviv. The owners of the apartment did not want to make any drastic changes in the structure, so apart from the kitchen area, especially the wall that separated the kitchen space from the central space, there were almost no structural changes.
Originally built in the 1950’s as low-cost housing for the working class, in accordance with the social ideology of simplicity, the SW House is part of a row building situated in one of Tel Aviv’s neighborhoods.
This Ramat HaSharon penthouse is built in a unique model. “Roof Villa” is “Reverse Villa” – downstairs bedroom living room and kitchen. Public areas are upstairs. So the center of life is connected to the outdoor terrace “garden”
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.
The challenge was to change the standard plan of the apartment, which did not fit the needs of the clients and to customize the space to their dreams. We wanted to create a sense of inviting and spacious space to the relatively small entrance area, 55 sqm.
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.