shirli zamir design studio has completed the offices of OTOMA, a new fintech startup located on the 21st floor of the ‘midtown’ building in tel-aviv. drawing from the city’s unique urban view and skyline, the workspace incorporates the rhythm of the buildings outside the window through a 3-dimensional, asymmetrical, see-through partition wall.
all images by kfir ziv
shirli zamir design studio has created an office that is minimalist and yet warm and inviting, with a plan that offers open and private spaces, informal collaboration areas, and formal conference rooms. public and work areas are divided by a partition that helps define the boundaries of each space. raw, recycled and local wood has been used in order to emphasize the contrast between the clean and neat office design while still providing warmth and coziness.
name: OTOMA offices – tel aviv
design: shirli zamir design studio
project designer: shirli zamir, ayelet goren cohen
project manager: gal shacham
size: 350 sqm
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