GIV

80 sqm family apartment // Giva'ataym

2020 

 

The customers are a young family (including 2 children), with background in high-tech and education fields.
While searching for their dream apartment, they had found an available one at the building which they rented an apartment at. The advantages were a prime central location, amazing view right up to the beaches of Tel-Aviv, and a great breeze in the evenings.
From the beginning, they have trusted me with their eyes closed, leading to the creation of a non-standard design, which maximizes and emphasizes the spaciousness of the communal area. This was achieved by re-designing the entire space (including the “wet” rooms), and by using a problematic constructive-column to our advantage, by re-arranging the space around it, placing the TV on it, and designing a metal bookcase which integrates with it.
As a young family with two children under the age of 3, storage space was in great need, so we have designed costume-made carpentry items all around the apartment. Another core element which we aimed for was the Scandinavian “Hygge” vibe, which was achieved by using a natural “material-palette”, combined of light-colors, wooden accents, and multiple layers of lighting.

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Credits:

Photography: Itay Benit

Styling: Maya Livnat Harush

Contractor : Sahar Twina - Pi Projects LTD

Aluminium systems: Fuad

Parquet: Deco-Plus

Kitchen: Regba

Carpentry work: Pashut Rihut

Lighting fixtures: Home LED

Sanitary: Gutstein ceramics

Furniture, Textile and Accessories: Gali Livne, Oblipop, Nooshka, Mishtelet HaKfar Ha'hadasha, Tzemer Carpets, Lauri Golshtein Ceramics, Tema shop, Adi Nissani Ceramics. Macrame: Shiri Borebixen.

Wall art: Har-El Gallery (Emma Doron).