The concept Aviram-Kushmirski chose for the design of this penthouse is - Homey: The client’s main request was to “feel at home”. They asked for a “house with a warm, pleasant, inviting and intimate atmosphere; with a personality and character we can connect with”.
Location: Tel Aviv, Israel
Area: 130 sqm + 53 sqm roof terrace
Photography: Oded Smadar
From the architect: We made their request our motto during the design process and it formed the basis for our design concept – The creation of a warm, comfortable, calm, domestic weave, which is easy to connect with and easy to be welcomed into.
We created fascinating combinations of materials, with special connecting and adjoining techniques. The wide range of materials and elements we have used, some handmade, form into a design that is elegant, graceful chic. The design is a dialogue between opposites, where natural materials meet and blend together into a taut experience that is rich, warm, informal and thoroughly pleasant.
Planning: The space is divided up to provide maximum openness inside and in terms of its connections with the outside. The different living areas in the public space and their functionalities are clearly defined, with separation from the private areas.
Eclectic Geometry: In terms of the forms and the diverse materials emphasizing light and shadow. Only natural materials were used and interesting meeting points were created between one natural material and another.
Composition: The integration of a number of elements with presence in the space, designed with specific emphasis on precise, clean form, creating a synergetic, harmonious composition.
> Penthouse in Ramat Hasharon by Studio Erez Hyatt
> A-Type Penthouse in Rome by LAD