M-Apartment

M-Apartment

Architect
Vaturi Design
Location
Tel Aviv, Israel | View Map
Project Year
2019
Category
Apartments
181maalot – Gidon Levin

M-Apartment

Vaturi Design as Architects

What was the client's desire?
- First of all they, becuase the apartment was near the sea they wanted a scent of freedom, a young and refreshing vibe after getting home from a long day at the attorny's office.

The customers moved in while the wife was pregnant therefore, they did not have the time or will to make the new house a home.

 

After a glance of the apartment and calculating the budget, i understood right away what must be done.

 

Some changes in the cieling and opening the house's entrance by taking down a wall and making it into a library – which has become a partition between the entrance to the living and dining room.

 

To give the apartment the forementioned young look

3 main colors were chosen

The combination of those 3 colors with the unique textures and shapes chosen, gave us the outcome we desired.

 

The colors are corrisponding along and through the spaces of the public space, from the CNC wood cover at the entrance to the clay cover on the dining room wall.

 

Material Used :
1. Floor – Parquet
2. Wall cladding dinnig room – Clay 
3. Entrance foyer wall cladding - Wood CNC cutting 
4. Rug - Straw 
5. Dining table - Wood 
6. Celling lamps - Glass

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