Located by the Mediterranean sea in a 1930s building, this apartment comes alive with both modern colors and vintage furniture. Tsipi Yavets Chen from myTema Studio was in charge of the renovation, which goal was to open the apartment up and maximize the natural light and… of course, take advantage of stunning Mediterranean views. Take a look!
Inspired by “international style”, the interior has an overall clean and modern feel with high floating filings that allow air and light to pass through.
Designers incorporated local materials which elevate the works of the Israeli modern art on display throughout, which are from Inga Gallery. They took a sample of the original 1930s floor and matched it for the new green terrazzo floor.
The interior is separated into two wings offering more privacy and additional views.
Some of the furnishings were collected over time, including the lighting and the Heywood Wakefield pieces from the 50s. New pieces were customs built to match the vintage pieces that were already owned.
What a great view!
Photos by Shai Epstein.
Original article: designmilk
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