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

January 27th, 2017 by retail design blog

W Prime tower lobby in Tel-Aviv occupies appx. 800 sqm and consists of the main and public entrance spaces, a private SPA and gym area. 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.

The seating areas of the space were designed in collaboration with top furniture designer Cappellini, and the lighting was designed in collaboration with lighting artist Mario Nanni. The many different spaces that make up the overall public space of the building all house varying functions and each was designed accordingly whilst maintaining one rhythm of design which flows throughout the entire space.

Architecture: Avner Yashar
Interior Design: Michal Han
Furniture: Cappellini, Tollmans, Gal Gaon
Light: Mario Nanni/ Viabizzuno , Exclusive Light & Design
Vertigo wall: Studio Itai Bar On
Coverings and Sanitary: Mody
Rezina wall cover: Parqueteam
Flooring: Stone Gallery
Photography: Amit Geron




































Quadro curve luce panels by Raffaello Galiotto for Lithos Design
Lithos Design is specialised in wall panels and decorative elements made fro...
Labware lamps by Benjamin Hubert
This lamp is made from mouth-blown white opaque glass, with a hand-turned oa...
Sleeping Around shipping container pop-up hotel, Antwerp
Sleeping Around is a unique pop-up hotel. The term “pop-up” goes beyond mere...
Montone Triangle chandelier by Jacco Maris for Global Lighting
The Montone triangle chandelier is a study in the graceful fluidity of manip...

2 thoughts on “W Prime Lobby by Michal Han, Tel-Aviv – Israel

  1. Wow!!! yr it is amazing place also want to get this kind of dinning area at my co-working space where all the co-workers can take a rest and can spend a good time.

  2. great place I am looking for the interior designer that can provide me the same interior, so thanks for sharing this amazing architecture with us.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *