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Tel Aviv Apartment / RUST architects

Tel Aviv Apartment / RUST architects

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  • Architects: RUST architects
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  75
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2020
  • Photographs Photographs:  Yoav Peled
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Caesarstone, Fermob, Adobe Systems Incorporated, Caesarstone https://www.caesarstoneus.com/ bathroom sink cabinet quartz surface number 5031, Caesarstone https://www.caesarstoneus.com/ kitchen quartz surface number 9141, FAVARETTO&PARTNERS https://www.favarettoandpartners.com/ Tondina pop Chair, Favaretto&Partners, Fermob https://www.fermob.com/en/Products/Furniture/Armchairs-Sofas/Low-armchairs/armchair-sixties Sixties armchair, KEF audio, KEF audio https://eu.kef.com/ Home audio Q series grille, Karnet Tchelet, Karnet Tchelet https://www.karney.co.il/ architectural lighting, Trimble Navigation
  • Architect In Charge:RUST Architects
  • City:Tel Aviv
  • Country:Israel
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Text description provided by the architects. A young couple, both professional photographers and designers approached RUST Architects to design a functional, comfortable and bright apartment that will serve as a base and neutral foundation for artworks, photos, designs & accessories that they have collected over the years.The apartment, located in a typical old Tel Aviv building in the city center, is approximately 80 sqm. Similar to Bauhaus buildings principles the space has a large span that brings in natural light but maintains comfortable proportions for the space and the hot temperatures of the Tel Aviv summer months.

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© Yoav Peled

The architectural concept, similar to other RUST Architects' projects, is to create comfortable living spaces even in small Tel Aviv apartments and to extend specific spaces in the home and combine functions to create maximum space and comfort.The entrance has a relatively wide foyer, which serves as the main junction of the apartment and thus creates a sense of space. Opposite the entrance is a workroom with a metal framework partition, which lets light pass into the hallway and the internal foyer.

© Yoav Peled
© Yoav Peled

The apartment is clearly divided between public and private spaces, making maximum use of corridors created by service cabinets and storage. The concrete tiles on the floor produce a cool and pleasant feeling, especially during the summer months, and the natural oak in the carpentry creates a relaxed and warm feeling.Both homeowners work from home, so proximity and visual angles between different spaces, i.e. between the workroom and living room were essential. The situation also creates complete control over the home with an airy and pleasant feeling.The bookshelves make it easy to store and display a variety of work, items and accessories and the use of classic white base highlights the intense colors that characterize the home's details. A wide bathroom with large windows and natural light from the west is part of the architects' concept of creating a sense of comfort and space in small apartments.

© Yoav Peled
© Yoav Peled

In order to maintain the original ceiling height, an exposed electrical system was used in the public spaces. The plan & design was to create a geometric form on the apartment ceiling that leads the electricity to every light fixture and element in the ceiling.An exposed concrete block wall as a backdrop in the living room creates additional white texture in the already bright space. The apartment has different shades of white that plays between diverse textures and materials. All carpentry and metal framework details were designed by the architects with customization to the client but also with the original character and architecture of the apartment.

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© Yoav Peled

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Cite: "Tel Aviv Apartment / RUST architects" 13 Aug 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/945556/tel-aviv-apartment-rust-architects> ISSN 0719-8884

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