Posts Tagged ‘tel aviv’

Revolve bottles by Talia Mukmel, Tel Aviv – Israel

August 19th, 2017


Despite being made from the grains of bioplastic (PHA, PLA), the REVOLVE bottles evoke the look of handcrafted objects, thereby paying homage to the work of generations that came before.

Ya Pan bistro by Pitsou Kedem and Baranowitz & Goldberg Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

August 16th, 2017


Kedem worked together with Baranowitz & Goldberg Architects on the project. They took inspiration from Japan’s traditional kite festivals – where people gather to fly huge kites in bright shades.

Backdoor – Thai Bakery by OMY design, Tel Aviv – Israel

July 29th, 2017

The ceiling is constructed by a reflective prism-geometry element. One side of the prism is covered by stainless steel in order to reflect the light coming in, making the shop brighter and creating the sensation of a higher and more aired ceiling, and on the other side – a natural green veneer that compliments the space.

Team 8 Office by Kedem Shinar Architecture & Design and Skorka Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

July 25th, 2017

A special emphasis was given to the materials which combine a mix of concrete, light wood and colored aluminium profiles. The glass walls wrap around the space and in combination with the lighting create a sense of endlessness.

Libby’s & Bakery by Keren Offner, Tel Aviv – Israel

June 2nd, 2017

A soft color palette was chosen based on touches of yellow. Black and simple looking tables emphasize a wall covered with wood. Wooden chairs upholstered with different tons of gray contribute to the relaxed yet urban atmosphere.

Office by Reuveni Interior Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

June 2nd, 2017

The designers used elements such as; “Fish Bone” raw wood floor, silicate brick walls, hanging celling, art and a decorative lighting fixtures creating a perfect combination for a contemporary Tel-Aviv space.

AYEKA Coworking Office by Setter Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

May 27th, 2017

Inspiration for Ayeka’s common spaces came from the encounter between the simultaneously gritty and polished appearance that typifies the complex: the elevators in the entrance wall have impressive wood panels, against the background of a concrete wall dismantled from construction blocks and left in its raw state.

TD Group Office by Limor Efrati,Tel Aviv – Israel

April 29th, 2017

The main request of the owners was to feel at home, they spend many hours in the office and many of their meetings are informal.

Twiggle Office by En Studio and Studio hube, Tel Aviv – Israel

April 19th, 2017

The public spaces are designed for informal meetings and brainstorming. We chose furniture and fabrics with warmth and personality.

Fiverr Office by Setter Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

March 14th, 2017

Since the offices are located in a building listed for conservation, whose renovation included the addition of new floors, it allows a natural and authentic dialogue between old and new that’s reflected in the interior design. For example, exposed old wall constructed from silicate blocks, alongside contemporary, unprocessed construction materials like exposed concrete blocks.

Intango offices by T+R Studio, Tel-Aviv – Israel

February 14th, 2017

With warm timber, neutral tones and bold orange and light blue contrasts, the reception provides a modest, smart & welcoming client experience.

Palo Alto Networks Office by Setter Architects,Tel Aviv – Israel

February 11th, 2017

The design inspiration evolved from the aim of introducing that colorful eclectic low-tech outside environment into the 24th floor where Palo Alto, one of the world’s most innovative companies, is located. As the design team, we imported characteristic elements from the outside environment, filtered them into a design vocabulary and gave them different uses.

America food court by Studio Dan Troim, Tel-Aviv – Israel

January 30th, 2017

American Plywood, originally used for wood construction, is a recurring motif. The walls in the area of the restaurant are covered with plywood boards, decorated with the work of some of Tel Aviv’s leading graffiti artists.

W Prime Lobby by Michal Han, Tel-Aviv – Israel

January 27th, 2017

The vision of the project was to create a unique, colorful and vibrant space, which allows visitors to both feel a sense of home whilst simultaneously transporting them into a world of fresh and exciting possibilities.

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.