All posts with tag:Israel

This small apartment of 55 sqm in Tel Aviv has almost all the basic features of minimalistic design, except for color – the space is full of various colorful accents and contrasts. For example, the designers decided to highlight the working area with a bright blue color, and some door slopes with pastel pink. Bright…

Sometimes a home office is a necessity, but it can be difficult to fit it into the living space. The owners of this apartment in Tel Aviv chose an excellent solution. An office with a table, shelves and a wardrobe is located inside a glass cube, this technique allowed not to overload the living room…

Несмотря на минималистичный характер пространства, дизайнерам удалось использовать элементы нескольких стилей в оформлении этой современной квартиры в Тель-Авиве. Бетонные колоны и балки добавили индустриальных ноток интерьерам, имеются также классические молдинги на некоторых стенах, а от скандинавского стиля здесь цветовая гамма и лаконичность. В целом получилось довольно стильно!

Green color has indeed been a rising trend in interior design recenlty. English paint manufacturer Little Greene even called this color “new gray”, citing its popularity and wide use among world designers. On the example of this modern apartment in Israel, we can see that a skillfully selected shade of green for the walls really…

The new hotel The Jaffa is located in the building of a former French hospital that was built in 1878 in one of the districts of Tel Aviv. Restoration approvals took a long time, but it was definitely worth it – the new interiors are breathtaking. Next to the former hospital, a new six-story wing was…

The concept of an open space is very well realized in this modern apartment in Tel Aviv. All functional areas (accept the bedroom), where the owners spend most of their day and receive guests, are united here into one large and comfortable space. With the help of the column, the dining area was separated, but…

Modern, open, with large windows and kid-friendly – this house in Israel was built by a family of architects in the place where they used to have a little and dark old home. The house has clean lines and a simple form but its main advantage is glass walls, which, if necessary, open and literally…

This minimalist house in Israel by Shachar Rosenfeld Architects is dominated by monochrome scheme and clean lines. But some colorful accents in yellow gave this home a summer feel and made it more live and hospitable. We also love the terrace with a small pool that can be easily accessed from main open living.

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…

Interior designer Maayan Zusman recently released the remarkable design of a modern apartment of 85 sqm in Tel Aviv. She began her work on this project with redevelopment, namely the demolition of some interior walls, in order to obtain an open-plan kitchen and living area. To create beautiful light interiors, the walls were painted white,…