Photographs: Yael Engelhart
Planning and interior design of 75sqm Apartment, in a building from the late 50s in the city center of Tel-Aviv.The space is set within a typical Tel Avivian apartment building from the late 50s in the city center. The previous layout of the apartment included an elongated rectangle living room that ended at a large window overlooking a tree lined street. The kitchen, the bathroom and two small bedrooms were connected by a dark corridor.
The previous layout of the apartment included an elongated rectangle living room that ended at a large window overlooking a tree lined street. The new layout transformed the corridor and merged the typical service terrace with the master bedroom to enlarge the space. By minimizing the bathroom, the kitchen space could be maximized and opened up to connect with the living space. The millwork unit acts as a partition and a living room ‘facade’ on one hand, and as the main multi purpose storage space of the apt on the other. Every inch was accounted for.
The diagonal layout of the millwork unit opened up the narrow rectangular public area of the apartment and diminished the tunnel-like feeling. It reaches the height of the beams exposing the structure and allowing light to travel into the center of the apartment.
Designed by Salty Architects – Website | Instagram
Sofa: Shezlong (made from maple tree and velvet upholstery) – designed and built by the Architects
Armchair: Primitive And Design
Ytong: Terrazzo Floor
Library: designed by the Architects | Library fabrication – YK energy
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