hila hollander solves geometrically challenging home in tel aviv hila hollander solves geometrically challenging home in tel aviv
jan 04, 2016

hila hollander solves geometrically challenging home in tel aviv

hila hollander solves geometrically challenging home in tel aviv
(above) wooden bars — a recurring theme throughout the apartment
all images © itay sikolsk

 

 

interior designer hila hollander has completed the renovation of a located in tel aviv. the space is characterized by a perpendicular line that is emphasized by the white cabinets and turquoise finishes, creating a flow through the triangular structure. the loft style of the inner wooden cube that conceals the closet evokes a home-like and warm quality. to create her designs, hollander combines the use of natural materials, 3D design, and functionality to create harmony and openness to geometrically challenging apartments.

 

the design concept intertwines the spaces together, immediately abandoning the restrictiveness of the triangular-shaped area, bringing a source of comfort and air necessary to the home. 

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a partition door on a rail, with a large mirror creates a sense of deepness

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bedroom with small turquoise details on closet doors

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bright kitchen with terrace access and art details

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the bathroom sink has been framed in wood with yellow doors, on a wooden bars wall

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the wooden frame bureau with grey doors subtly separates the living room from the kitchen

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the spacious terrace is filled with green plants

 

 

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