Photographs: Gidon Levin
Interior design of a 150sqm apartment in an old building from the 70s in Ramat Gan. Planning and design are inspired by urban apartments From the 50s, with monochromatic colors and create a timeless sense. The interior of the apartment was completely destroyed and space has been redesigned in accordance with a program tailored to the needs of the new tenants. The program has been translated into a plan with entrance lobby, splitting in too, on one side is the public space of the apartment, and on the other side the private rooms.
The original balcony of the apartment has been saved to connect the apartment to the building and context. The outside facing windows were widened, and plants were added in order to create a feeling of a private house in the garden. Project materials palette is monochrome with touches of brass, copper, iron, and wood.