ron kedmi's residence in jaffa blends industrial details with natural light ron kedmi's residence in jaffa blends industrial details with natural light
aug 10, 2016

ron kedmi's residence in jaffa blends industrial details with natural light

 

the ‘jaffa’ residence of israeli photographer ron kedmi has been completed. an expansive, open-plan property in jaffa, in south tel-aviv, the home blends industrial details with warm wood accents and plentiful natural light for a clean, timeless feel. the dwelling was aided in creation by lighting specialist noam garfinkel, and styled by fashion designer sharon brunsher.

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a five-by- six-meter hazelnut headboard, extends from the ground floor below into the bedroom
images © itay sikolski

 

 

 

the ground floor contains elements of work and living; a full-studio equipment setup is deployable within minutes, extending into a large kitchen and dining area. cantilevered stairs connect to a floating loft, where a private drum room can be found alongside kedmi’s master bed and bath. architectural planning and interior design was completed by ron kedmi. 

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master bedroom

 

 

 

about the project, kedmi explains, ‘crafting this house was a reverse action for me. on a daily basis I transform the three-dimensional world in two-dimensional photographs; in the case of the house, I turned my sketches and drawings into a three-dimensional living space.’


master bath 

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the bulthaup kitchen contains room for guests, and is well-equipped for kedmi’s cooking endeavors


curtains surround the south-west periphery allow various amounts of light into the space

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the living room is furnished with a large grey couch, a table by Baxter for THE BOX, and deco-era chairs 

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reflective view of interior


the gallery floor is suspended from the ceiling and contains living space, master bed and bath 


designer sharon brunsher’s plant selection includes glass terrariums, cacti, succulents, orchids, etc.

rotating windows overlook the double-height living room below

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the drum room’s hardwood floors covered in black laka are ecnlosed rotating glass windows

 

 

designboom has received this project from our DIY submissions  feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: nick brink | designboom

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