This long, 80 square meter apartment, located in the center of Tel Aviv was given a minimalist new look by interior designers Yael Perry and Dafna Gravinsky, along with architect Amir Navon. The monochromatic new look accentuates the airiness and gives the illusion of having more space. Part of the renovation included recreating the layout to create a bright living room, kitchen, and two master bedrooms.
The grid was behind the design concept and you’ll see it throughout the apartment, including the simple white iron shelving unit in the living room used for storage. Around the smaller window, they added a frame to display plants. The modular sofa was designed to provide unlimited seating arrangements allowing for easier interactions. The three marble tables can be moved around depending on where they’re needed.
To keep the narrow apartment bright, they selected a light grey floor to go with the crisp white walls and black sofa. All of the furniture and lighting was custom made by the designers.
The designers created a light fixture in the corridor that uses the red cord as part of the decoration by adhering it the wall in a geometric pattern.
Glass walls were used to separate the bathrooms from the bedrooms so the rooms wouldn’t feel so small. The white sinks in all the bathrooms have black iron bases giving them a clean, classic look.
Photos by Itay Benit.