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  7. Apartment in Ramat Gan / Itai Palti

Apartment in Ramat Gan / Itai Palti

  • 02:00 - 24 September, 2015
Apartment in Ramat Gan / Itai Palti
Apartment in Ramat Gan / Itai Palti, © Gidon Levin
© Gidon Levin

© Gidon Levin © Gidon Levin © Gidon Levin © Gidon Levin + 13

© Gidon Levin
© Gidon Levin

Text description provided by the architects. Located in Ramat Gan, neighbouring Tel Aviv, this apartment renovation prioritises an open and social spatial arrangement for family life to play out.


Our clients required a solution for clearing out as many divisions as possible in the apartment, whilst maintaining plenty of storage space. The central feature of the design answers to both of these needs; creating a single divider between the living space and sleeping quarters that serves as storage for different parts of the home.

© Gidon Levin
© Gidon Levin

The divider is angled in plan so as to stretch the living area towards the back of the apartment where the entrance is located, allowing to arrive directly into the open space. The large volume of storage is dispersed with pockets of living plants, the largest of which is open on three sides, creating a green focal point visible from all rooms in the home.


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Cite: "Apartment in Ramat Gan / Itai Palti" 24 Sep 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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