Timber screens divide up Tel Aviv restaurant L28 by Kimmel Eshkolot Architects


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L28 Culinary Platform by Kimmel Eshkolot Architects


Suspended timber screens and vertical vegetation feature in this Tel Aviv restaurant interior by Israeli architecture office Kimmel Eshkolot Architects. Read more


Colourful booths enliven Hayarden school for children of refugees in Tel Aviv


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Hayarden School For Children of Refugees


A house-shaped reading nook and colourful paintwork are among the playful features in this school for the children of refugees living in Tel Aviv, which has been overhauled by a team of local architects and designers. Read more


Roy David Architecture references maternity for interiors of Tel Aviv office


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Interiors of Nuvo office headquarters, designed by Roy David Architecture


Curved partition walls and ceiling panels hint at the research underway inside this Tel Aviv office, which Roy David Architecture has designed for a tech company specialising in prenatal care. Read more


John Pawson designs private residences at the Jaffa Hotel in Israel


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The Jaffa Residences by John Pawson


British minimalist John Pawson has fitted-out the interiors of a collection of apartments with oak and minimal decor for the Jaffa Hotel that he designed in Tel Aviv, Israel. Read more


Maayan Zusman designs plastic surgery clinic with home-like interiors


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Plastic Surgery Clinic by Maayan Zusman

Areas of this plastic surgery centre in Tel Aviv look more like a minimal apartment than a medical office, thanks to teal and blush decor chosen by local designer Maayan Zusman. Read more

BCXSY and Atelier Robotiq’s Out of Order lamp created by “absent-minded” robot


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BCXSY and Atelier Robotiq's Out of Order lamp takes inspiration from absent-minded robots

Dutch design studios BCXSY and Atelier Robotiq have collaborated to create a lamp with a disorderly pattern that is meant to suggest that it was made by a robot with a mind of its own. Read more

Anat Gay Architects joins two homes into Spiral Suite House in Tel Aviv


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Spiral Suite House by Anat Gay Architects

Israeli architect Anat Gay has combined two properties in Tel Aviv into one family residence, but kept both entrances for two generations to use separately. Read more

Amit Studio enlivens Tel Aviv cafe Bana with pink windows and metal racks


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Bana by Amit Studio

Pale pink window casings, potted plants and fresh produce colour this vegan restaurant in Tel Aviv, with interiors by local firm Amit Studio. Read more

Linear pool parallels slate Pavilion House in Israel by Pitsou Kedem


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Pavilion House by Pitsou Kedem

An outdoor swimming pool runs along the full length of this black residence by Israeli architecture firm Pitsou Kedem, which features slate walls both inside and out. Read more

Triangles of light animate perforated aluminium facade of Tel Aviv home by Pitsou Kedem Architects


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Light and movement can be glimpsed through triangular openings in the white aluminium facade of D3 House, a Tel Aviv home designed by Pitsou Kedem Architects. Read more

Before & After – A Patchwork Of Shacks Have Been Transformed Into A Contemporary Getaway


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BEFORE + AFTER - Israeli architect Raz Melamed, has recently completed the renovation of a 753 square foot (70m2) studio apartment, for a couple who wished to create a modern getaway for themselves in the historic Neve Tzedek neighborhood in Tel Aviv. #Renovation #InteriorDesign #Architecture #ModernInterior

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John Pawson transforms historic convent into Jaffa Hotel in Tel Aviv


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Jaffa Hotel by John Pawson

British designer John Pawson has completed the overhaul of an ornate convent and hospital into a hotel in Tel Aviv’s historic Jaffa neighbourhood. Read more

Aviram – Kushmirski Interior Design Have Recently Completed An Apartment In Tel Aviv


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Aviram – Kushmirski Interior Design have recently completed the modern transformation of an apartment in Tel Aviv, Israel. #ApartmentInterior #InteriorDesign #ModernApartment

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The Pavilion House by Tal Goldsmith Fish


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Architecture and design studio Tal Goldsmith Fish, have completed a new home in Ramat Hasharon, Israel. #ModernHouse #ModernArchitecture

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Wooden “treasure chest” wraps Tel Aviv’s new museum of natural history


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A bulging, elevated timber structure wraps the exhibition spaces of the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv, completed by Israeli studio Kimmel Eshkolot Architects. Read more

Penda unveils designs for Tel Aviv tower wrapped in modular arcades


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Tel Aviv Arcades by Penda

Penda has designed a residential tower in Tel Aviv, with facades made of modular archways and terraces, which aims to complement the city’s legacy of Bauhaus architecture. Read more

Dessert served to Japanese prime minister in Tom Dixon shoe


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A solid aluminium cast of one of Tom Dixon‘s brogues has caused an awkward diplomatic faux pas during an official visit by the Japanese prime minister to Israel. Read more

Multi-storey park concept aims to give inhabitants a break from urban stress


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Lilach Borenstein proposes multi-storey park to give inhabitants a break from urban stress

Graduate Lilach Borenstein has proposed creating a multi-storey tower with varied topographies as a monument to tranquility and antidote to hectic urban living. Read more

Amos Goldreich completes refuge for victims of domestic abuse in Israel


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Amos Goldreich Architecture completes purpose-built refuge for domestic-abuse sufferers

A secluded garden courtyard surrounded by brick buildings forms The Ada and Tamar De Shalit House, a shelter for victims of domestic violence near Tel-Aviv. Read more

Pale pink and mismatched marble decorate Tel Aviv cafe by Meir Guri


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Cafeteria by Meir Guri

Israeli designer Meir Guri has used dusty pink and multicoloured marble tiles to ensure this restaurant stands out against its shopping centre setting in Tel Aviv. Read more