Mediterranean Towers by Studio Gad, Ganey Tiqva – Israel

July 6th, 2017 by retail design blog

We believe the term “home” contains values and emotional charges that touch us all. The main challenge was to handle generous spaces while creating intimate areas which create a sense of “home”. As we see it, the light, much like music is an instrument that generates emotion. The structure, which was planned by Architect Dov Koren, emphasizes the entrance of natural light, in which the activity areas for the house’s tenants was planned around.

The light fixtures create the sensation which matches its purpose and activity, while producing various levels of intimacy. A home contains one design perspective. We chose materials which time only enhances their characteristics: wood planks, iron, natural stone and terracotta tiles. In order to maintain the residence’s.

Design: Studio Gad

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