this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces
 

this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces

in a lively area of north jaffa, tel aviv, halfway between the flea market and the beach, israeli studio thisisit has completed a 100 sqm family apartment with concrete floors and beautiful light entering from three sides. the architects have divided private and communal areas with a custom-made floor-to-ceiling storage unit.

this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces thisisit designboom
the axis between the private rooms and the more communal space was the main focus in the design process

all images by matan katz

 

 

the axis between the private rooms and the more communal space, was the main focus in the design process — a bilateral bespoke unit made of birch wood and colored steel, acts both as a division between the spaces, as well as a wide storage solution. the bedrooms along with the extra bathroom are all concealed behind the façade of the unit, creating a clean and continuous look. the opposite side of this composition consists of a spacious wardrobe for the master bedroom.

this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces

 

 

the two large columns in the main area are exposed to provide an honest and coherent feel of materiality. the kitchen was partly left as it was, with some minor intervention and adjustments to the new tenants’ needs and personal style. in both bathrooms, as well as the kitchen, ceramic square tiles in white and pale pink add a timeless yet contemporary touch that echoes the color scheme of the apartment. the clean and distinct design of the apartment aims to complement the eclectic atmosphere of this mediterranean home.

this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces thisisit designboom
two large columns in the main area were exposed to provide an honest and coherent feel of materiality

this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces
the clean and distinct design of the apartment aims to complement the eclectic atmosphere of this mediterranean home

 

this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces
the clients’collection

 

this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces
the kitchen was partly left as it was, with some minor intervention and adjustments to the new tenants’ needs and personal style

 

this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces thisisit designboom
the bedrooms along with the extra bathroom are all concealed behind the elongated façade of the unit, creating a clean and continuous look

 

this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces
a bilateral bespoke unit made of birch wood and colored steel acts as a division between the spaces

 

this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces
the opposite side of this unit consists of a spacious wardrobe for the master bedroom

 

this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces thisisit designboom
the wooden floors in the bedrooms were kept 

 

this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces
in both bathrooms, as well as the kitchen, ceramic square tiles in white and pale pink add a timeless yet contemporary touch

 

this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces
the guest bathroom is concealed behind a birch wood door

 

this apartment in tel aviv uses a wooden storage unit to separate private spaces
the pink ceramic tiles echo the apartment’s color scheme.

 

 

project info:

 

architects: thisisit

location: tel aviv, israel

images: matan katz

 

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: maria erman | designboom

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