An authentic Tel Aviv condo by engineering firm Pitsou Kedem turns conventional home structures on their head, from its capricious format and equipment, to delicate components like stylistic theme that still sneak up all of a sudden. Rotating glass dividers on the lower, and a chain-like half divider on the upper leave the home’s open idea stylish flawless. Counterfeit light enlightens the depressed lower floor and gives them an immersed brilliance requested by beneath grade living regions, while overhead, normal light occupies the spaces in a cutting edge common, impartial air. The lower level lodging a work space and a shower, while upstairs, the kitchen and living regions lead out to a patio. The view from the modern staircase ascending between levels represents the obvious contrast between the two inside the general plan.
The lower level highlights a washroom in one quadrant, and an office in the other. An enormous mirror and the white vanity and dividers fly against the dark foundation and enhance the characteristic light spilling in from the stairwell. The brilliant floor covering and yellow recolored wood seat offer a sprinkle of intrigue.