The Ink Hotel is an urban and young business hotel in the center of Tel Aviv.
The hotel was built on land that was once inhabited by a unique Yiddish library, a place of immigration for the great writers of the 1950s. And from this was taken the inspiration that accompanied me throughout the design process.
The fascinating world of printing has been assimilated into all layers of hotel design.
In the lobby you can see a library of ink cartridges from around the world that we have collected from ink collectors, each with its own story.
In the connection between the lobby space and the restaurant, we created a unique sculpture made of keys of a huge typewriter that descends from the ceiling to the lower floor into the restaurant bar.
Designed by Studio Yaron Tal
Photo by Yoav Gurin