Location: Tel Aviv, Israel
Project Year: 2016
Area: 80 m2
Photo: Itay Benit
SIG black and white apartment designed in a minimalist style, it is located in Tel Aviv, Israel. This project was developed by the team of designers and architects: Yael Perry, Dafna Gravinsky and Amir Navon. Reconstruction of an apartment of 80 square meters have a monochromatic aesthetics that focuses on a bright living space. The apartment was inspired by the grid structure, the entire project is strung on, including the shelving system and the lighting. In addition, the seatings are completely modular, which allows residents to swap the sofa, when needed.
Located in the heart of the city, long and narrow apartment is home for the family rest who loves to entertain guests. The designers wanted to develop a minimalist and airy space where it will be interesting to mix elements — metallic scaffolding and bulging lighting.
Both bedrooms have their own bathroom. They are located behind the long open-plan living space, which ends with a small outdoor terrace. Eight-metre-shelf in a grid runs along one wall of the living room. It is made of iron with white furnish, material which is repeated in the window frame of the room.
Like all lighting and furniture in the black and white apartment, the shelves were also developed by custom designers. Grid rack – this time painted black – appears in the bathrooms.
In order to keep the space light and bright, the floor was covered with gray microtopping (a modified form of a cement coating, intended for use in thin layers). Room dividers and doors are made of translucent glass.