Snow-white villa in Tel Aviv

When working on the projects of this house built in 1948, the architect Shmuel Barkay was inspired by the works of the great Le Corbusier. And the building is really very similar to the projects of the famous master: blocks with columns, roof-terraces, geometric stained-glass windows and white color. Later the building was converted into a hotel, which is now called White Villa. The hotel positions itself as a quiet oasis in the center of a noisy metropolis. And it is difficult to disagree with this: the white color in combination with green plants perfectly relaxes, and the unhurried atmosphere that prevails in the hotel, further helps to relax. The interiors are stylish and unobtrusive – black and white classics rarely lose. Some rooms have their own small courtyard, where you can comfortably have breakfast in the morning and read a book in the evening. The hotel also has a wonderful restaurant and a garden terrace.

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