Posts Tagged ‘israel’

Algotec Systems Office by Setter Architects, Ra’anana – Israel

January 13th, 2017

The inspiration for the interior planning and design came from images of the human body’s elements, like cells, molecules, tissue and the spinal column. Together, all these elements formed the basis for a unique design language that drew together the interior planning and design concept.

Goldis Deli by Studio Yaron Tal, Jerusalem – Israel

January 8th, 2017

Goldis deli located in Jerusalem is a cosher deli for religious Jewish people. The place serves a variety of cooked food, salads, pastries and more… Jewish delis are mostly designed with 3 colors: white, black, grey.

GeoEdge offices by Samuelov Studio, Tel Aviv – Israel

January 7th, 2017

The tangible selection mix of concrete, wood and colored acrylic creates a space that integrates the sobriety of cyber enforcement and quintessential dynamism and FUN of an aspiring Hi-Tech company. Choosing relatively simple materials, dismissing extravagant “decor”, was not only a budgetary constraint, but also an ideological one, reflecting the company’s spirit.

Bread and a half bakery by Dana Shaked, Tel Aviv – Israel

January 4th, 2017

Bread and a half bakery by Dana Shaked, Tel Aviv – Israel

Levy Heritage offices by Studio IN2 Design, Tel Aviv – Israel

December 29th, 2016

The finish materials are neutral, airy, elegant and timeless, and are reminiscent of the Mediterranean Sea seen from all windows. The focal point near the entrance is the Heritage Wall that captures the firm’s history and achievements.

Samsung NEXT Office by EN Studio , Tel Aviv – Israel

December 25th, 2016

The basement floor is dedicated to group meetings and conference rooms – where we kept the original brick walls, remaining light and warm thanks to the addition of fun and colorful items.

Gelateria Siciliana by Studio M2, Tel Aviv – Israel

December 19th, 2016

Instead of referring to an existing lowering of the ceiling as an obstacle, we emphasized it by using graphic artwork that tells the Company story.

Topya bar by Eti Dentes, Tel Aviv – Israel

December 15th, 2016


The concept used for Topya’s brand identity is “welcome to the paradise’ to an utopic world”, and from this concept we choose natural and rough materials like concrete, stucco walls and rough wood.

The Poli House Hotel by Karim Rashid, Tel Aviv – Israel

December 3rd, 2016



Inspired by the city’s forward mindset, the property flaunts a palette of yellow, blue, green and white, captured by alluring yet whimsical settings that not only comply with the original architecture, but also hint what lies ahead in time. The facilities of the Poli House are equally easy on the eye and add to the sense of a true urban retreat.

Workey office by Shir Margolin Studio, Tel Aviv – Israel

November 28th, 2016

In order to achieve a clean, but warm atmosphere, the overall modern design was dotted with color touches such as the 3D printed company logo, an inspiring custom made iron and wood library by Rack & Tack, and the office center-piece – a graffiti work of art by PESH.

MEITAR offices by Nurit Leshem Studio, Tel-Aviv – Israel

November 25th, 2016

MEITAR offices by Nurit Leshem Studio, Tel-Aviv – Israel

Windward offices by Roy David Studio, Tel Aviv – Israel

October 24th, 2016

The overall industrial style that the architecture firm focused on is emphasized by the use of rough wood, untreated concrete core walls and bold rusted metalwork as main materials for the new headquarters.

Alumtriss Premium Showroom by OLA studio, Hertzliya Pituach – Israel

September 24th, 2016

The design of the space creates a game of multiple perspectives in relation to each product, while demonstrating an assortment of decors and their style.

Factory 54 windows at Arena Shopping Mall, Herzelia – Israel

September 12th, 2016

Factory 54 windows at Arena Shopping Mall, Herzelia – Israel

CA Technologies offices by Setter Architects, Herzliya – Israel

July 27th, 2016

CA Technologies offices by Setter Architects, Herzliya – Israel

Sheva packaging by Maya Goldberg

July 26th, 2016

Inspired by the graphic language of the 50’s when Israel was in it’s diapers. A time that agriculture and farming were at it’s peak. Sheva, Is a nostalgia of those beautiful modest and delicate times with a modern twist.

Kochav Aluminium Design Center by Studio Samuelov, Bnei Brak – Israel

July 21st, 2016

One of the most significant challenges about the project was dealing with a small space and maximizing its utilization for displaying products. All in accordance with the sculptural element in the space center, that is used to display products, as well with the store’s back wall which is glazed with stained glass .

Tubul Ceramics showroom by Studio Samuelov, Modi’in – Israel

July 21st, 2016

The overall quiet coloration of gray, white and a touch of paint and wood are a flattering environment to all types of products. Extra-large format floor tiles of 100X300 cm help calm down the distracting “visual noise” that is so characteristic to these types of halls – and so does the monochromatic display devices.

Il Makiage store & Academy by OMY design, Beer Sheva – Israel

July 7th, 2016

In order to promote product branding, we created a multicolor eye-shadow wall element made from store products that welcomes the client as he/she enters the facility.

Atrium Tower Lobby by Tomer Gelfand LTD, Tel Aviv-Yafo – Israel

June 30th, 2016

The stair structure is composed of two interlocking parts: a skeletal metal staircase and a sculptural wooden envelope. Together, they rise as an expressive tornado from the reception desk – conceived as the inception plateau and up to the first-floor mezzanine, fourteen meters above.