Tel Aviv. An apartment combines emotional vintage with ultra-contemporary design

Rust Architects renovates and furnishes an open space, with spaces divided by glass walls, recreating transparencies, games with the color of wood and vintage elements.

Rust arch, apartment in Tel Aviv, 2018

Born as an open space, in one of the new towers in the center of Tel Aviv,  this 100 sqm apartment is surrounded externally by an entire glass wall. The design combines cozy materials with raw materials such as iron, glass and rough wood. The furniture mixes emotionally vintage elements - like the closet doors of the customer's grandmother's house - with ultra-contemporary, sometimes industrial elements such as furniture and lamps. The apartment has a vintage soul of details, but has been designed with a modern touch. The exposed concrete ceiling makes all the lighting systems visible, the work area closed by a black iron partition and the use of natural fabric like cardboard creates a pleasant combination and a comfortable home feeling. A wooden façade in the master bedroom conceals the bathroom and the wardrobe. Iron details designed as solutions for the bathroom, which is actually next to the light facade.

Project:
Tower Apt. No.1
Location:
Tel Aviv
Type:
Apartment
Architecture:
Rust Architects
Space:
100 sqm
Completion:
2017

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