Bar & Club
Project in collaboration with: Yaron Eldad Arch.
Re-envisioning The Barn - - Mishmar Ha Emeck
In a kibbutz in northern Israel, in an old wheat silo the barn cliché is pushed to extreme, revamped and industrialized.
One, sweeping idea was key in order to unite this 350 Sq meter
space, & allow its differing functions as a dance hall, performance space, community bar and intimate gathering space to live side by side harmoniously.
By covering 85% of wall surfaces with pine wood planques, the entire space whimsically returned to its roots. Randomly backlighting the wood strips provides an intimate atmosphere and the concrete and metal flooring choices bring the cliché into the 21st century.
3d Render: Danna Colin
Rishon Le Tzion
Project in collaboration with: Shoval Shekrel Arch.
An Ode to Minimalism
On a minimal budget and with many clients to please this space is a calm
first step home.
The quest was to define areas within this small space, create focal points and guide the path inward. To achieve this, the ceiling was lowered in one area to enhance the height upon entry.
A niche was carved to form a focal point strict lighting was used to define geometric lines, build depth, and enhance chosen material textures. Finally, A natural color and material palette was chosen for its calming effect. Result: a serene and dignified entry to this shared residence.
The project included: Space planning, lighting design, material and color selection, project overview.
Photgraphy: Niri Gattamon
Chaim Arlozerov Archives
The Labor Party of Israel
Project in Construction
Work for: Yaron Eldad Architcets & Interior Design
Commemoration Space & Archive
A commemoration space for a man of great insight,
a seeker of dialogue and peace among neighbors,
murdered for his liberal views, in what was perhaps Israel
first and sadly not last political assassination.
Central Tel-Aviv Project in collaboration with: Yaron Eldad Arch.
The Familial Office
A father - daughter lawyer firm in Central Tel - Aviv.
A space that needed to be clean, elegant, & reserved yet simultaneously modern and minimalist in feel.
A simple floor plan was devised to maximize the limited city space. and monochrome solution was chosen, with touches of wood and natural
stone for warmth and elegance.