Private Villa Tel Aviv designed by Lissoni Architettura with Tehila Shelef Architects


Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Year: 2017



Architects: Lissoni Architettura 

Photography: © Amit Geron


Designed by Lissoni Architettura with Tehila Shelef Architects, this villa reveals an austere design with a pronounced orthogonal geometry and at first sight appears as a pavilion floating on water. Purposely simplified, the L-shaped volumetry is inspired by modern architecture and is distinguished by walls with scaled-down openings to the outside and large windows towards the softer forms of the garden. The terrain was designed to accommodate the house, which is protected from the outside with concrete walls incorporating windows of an essential architectural design. The volumetry of the architecture is recomposed in a vision of total purity.

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Lissoni Architettura


 In 1986, the Italian architect, art director and designer Piero Lissoni , together with Nicoletta Canesi, founded the interdisciplinary studio Lissoni Associati in Milan, focusing on architecture as well as interior and product/light design.  Lissoni and his multinational team thus comprehensively cover these areas, completing them with graphics, art direction and corporate identity. Projects extend globally to include private villas and yachts, residential and hospitality buildings such as Casa Fantini,  Conservatorium Hotel, Edition Hotel, Grand Hotel Billia, Mamilla Hotel, Roomers Hotel, Shilla Stay Hotels, The Middle House, The Oberoi Beach Resort Al Zorah, the restaurants Filippo La Mantia, Moriki, Tunes, museum shows at Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, Palazzo della Ragione and Palazzo Reale,  the planning of offices, headquarters, factories and showrooms for a variety of clients such as Altagamma, Benetton, Boffi, De Padova, Ferrari, Glas Italia, Lema, Living Divani, Porro.

Piero Lissoni has designed products & exhibition stands for many prestigious companies including Alessi, Audi, B&B Italia, Bonacina 1889, Cappellini, Cassina, Cotto, Fantini, Flos, Gallo, Glas Italia, Golran, Illy, Kartell, Kerakoll Design House, Knoll International, Olivari, Salvatori, Sanlorenzo Yachts, Serapian, Tecno, Viccarbe, Wella. He is art director for Alpi, Boffi, De Padova, Lema, Living Divani, Lualdi and Porro. His architecture and design work is recognized worldwide and has earned him a series of international awards, including the Good Design Award, Red Dot Award, Compasso D’Oro ADI, Elle Decor International; he is guest lecturer and member of the Advisory Board at the Milan Politecnico, inducted into the New York Interior Design Hall of Fame.

Lissoni group comprises since 1996 Graph.x, the agency directed by Massimo Lissoni for visual communication, specialised in brand identity and logos, including photo shooting for catalogues and advertising campaigns, videos and website design, industrial design packaging and signage for architecture projects, responsible for the visual coordination of the International Film Festival organized by La Biennale di Venezia.

Lissoni Architettura has been established in 2013, to take charge of the numerous international architectural clients and Lissoni Inc. has been created two years later in New York, where interior design for the American, Canadian and the Central and South American-market are developed. Lissoni Inc. works closely with licensed architects of record on all the USA projects.


CONTACT

 

LISSONI ASSOCIATI
LISSONI ARCHITETTURA
GRAPHX

Via Goito 9
20121, Milano – Italy
T +39 02 6571926
info@lissoniassociati.com

LISSONI INC.

433 Broadway, suite 502
New York, NY 10013 – USA
M +1 347 726 1305
info@lissoni.us


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Villa V by Baranowitz Kronenberg Architects

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Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Year: 2016



Architects: Baranowitz Kronenberg Architects

Photography: Amit Geron



VILLA V. IS HOMAGE TO THE ‘WHITE CITY’ ARCHITECTURE OF TEL AVIV; SIMPLE MASSING AND A RICH PLAY OF SUN AND SHADE WHICH EMBRACES THE MEDITERRANEAN BREEZE.
IT IS A HOME RATHER THAN A HOUSE, A PLACE FOR LIVING WHERE MEMORIES ARE MADE AND LIFE IS CELEBRATED WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS.
AN L SHAPE LAYOUT CONFIGURATION HOLDS MOST OF ITS SOCIAL PROGRAMS WHILE THE MASTER BEDROOM IS DESIGNED AS A HOME AWAY FROM HOME, CONNECTED BY A BRIDGE TO THE “MAIN-LAND”, SELF- SUSTAINED WITH ITS OWN GARDEN AND POOL.
THE LOWER LEVEL OF THE HOUSE FOLLOWS THE SAME L SHAPE AND HOLDS THE BEDROOM SUITES OF THE FAMILY MEMBERS WHO ENJOY AN INTIMATE INNER COURTYARD OPEN TO THE SKY. CROSSED OVER BY WHAT ONLY APPEARS AS A SPANNING MIRROR; THE OWNER’S BRIDGE BOTTOM IS IN POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL WHICH DILUTES COMPLETELY THE PRESENCE OF WEIGHT CROSSING THE COURTYARD, AND ADDS A FANTASTIC REALM OF IMAGERIES TO THE INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR SPACES.
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PLANS



Baranowitz Kronenberg Architects


BARANOWITZ + KRONENBERG

RECENTLY AWARDED “BEST INTERNATIONAL INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO” BY BUILD AWARDS.
ALON BARANOWITZ GRADUATED FROM THE PRATT INSTITUTE OF NEW YORK IN 1990 AND OPENED HIS OFFICE IN TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, SHORTLY AFTER HIS GRADUATING. URBAN AND INTERIOR DESIGN HAVE BEEN THE MAINSPRING OF HIS CAREER EVER SINCE.
ALON BARANOWITZ IS A GUEST PROFESSOR AT THE SHENKAR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND DESIGN AT THE RISHON LEZION COLLEGE.
HE FREQUENTLY LECTURES AT THE TECHNION FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE AND TOWN PLANNING SCHOOL AND ALSO AT INSTITUTES ABROAD.
IRENE KRONENBERG GRADUATED FROM THE TECHNION SCHOOL OF INTERIOR DESIGN IN TEL AVIV IN 1981.
IRENE HAS DESIGNED INTERIORS FOR PRIVATE RESIDENCES, OFFICES AND RESTAURANTS SINCE THE BEGINNING OF HER CAREER.
THANKS TO HER REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE IN INTERIOR DESIGN AND HER EXCELLENT COMMUNICATION SKILLS, SHE IS OFTEN INVITED TO SIT ON JURIES OF DESIGN COMPETITIONS AND JOIN THE BOARDS OF DEGREE EXAMINATIONS AT SEVERAL SCHOOLS OF INTERIOR DESIGN.
IN 1999, IRENE AND ALON FOUNDED BKARCH STUDIO. THEIR COMBINED EXPERIENCE MEANT THEY COULD APPLY THEIR DESIGN SOLUTIONS TO PROJECTS OF VARYING SCALES, FROM THE MICRO TO THE MACRO.

CONTACT

39 AHAD HA’AM ST. TEL-AVIV, ISRAEL 65205
T +972(0)3-5609914
F +972(0)3-5609901
42 JAN LUIJKENSTRAAT ST. AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS 1071
T +31(0)205708944
BK@BKARC.COM

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When Color Meets Calm by Maayan Zusman & Amir Navon

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Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Area: 55 m2



Designers: Maayan Zusman & Amir Navon

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Maayan Zusman


Studio Maayan Zusman, based in Tel Aviv, was established by Maayan Zusman in 2012.

Maayan holds B.A, M.B.A and Interior Design degrees in addition to extensive experience from the the hi-tech world.

The studio provides interior architecture and design services for projects of all shape and size, both in residential and commercial spaces.

Services provided range from consultation, identification of the space most suitable for your needs, initial sketches and 3D rendering, architectural work plans, custom made furniture design, home styling and on-sight supervision.

Read more here


CONTACT 

Maayan Zusman | Interior Designer
Tel: +972-54-3339813
Mail: maayanzusman@gmail.com

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Maayan Zusman


U House by Ronnie Alroy Architects

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Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Area: 350 sqm 

Year: 2016



Architects: Ronnie Alroy Architects

Architects in Charge: Ori Warshai

Office Team: Shani Sasson, Adi Bijaui, Liron Kadi

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The project is located in Tel Aviv, city that was declared by unesco in 2003 as world heritage since “The White City of Tel Aviv can be seen as an outstanding example in a large scale of the innovative town-planning ideas of the first part of the 20th century. The architecture is a synthetic representation of some of the most significant trends of Modern Movement in architecture”

The house with a background of the upcoming tall buildings seeks to remind the heritage of the white city.

The house is a one family urban house which reinvents the idea of the white cube with the ribbon window which is a significant feature of the 30’t and 40’s residential buildings in Tel Aviv.

In the 30’s the ribbon windows stood one above the other.

In the white 2016 cube the ribbon windows are allowed a flexible interaction with the interiors of the house and react to the surroundings

The ribbon windows are accentuated by a dark metal frame around them. In the main entrances the metal frames become a metal fold that defines the entrance and protects from the weather.

In the back courtyard the Metal fold becomes a canopy for shade.

The white cube sits on assembly of exposed concrete walls and planters that form a plastic landscaping that brings out the purity of the white cube.

The Interior of the house contracts with the white cube. It involves interplay of raw materials in juxtaposition to the purity of the cube.

In the center of the house is a cantilevered staircase of metal and wood that transforms itself on each floor: on the basement it becomes a desk and working area, on the ground floor it is a division between the living room and the kitchen.

Above the staircase there’s a skylight that brings in light and is a reminder of the white cube and therefore of the white city.

 Ronnie Alroy Architects



 Ronnie Alroy architects



Ronnie Alroy architects have experience from design inception to finished construction in Public, Private and Commercial projects.

Ronnie Alroy has a Master of Advanced Architectural Design, Columbia University, New York.

Bachelor of Architecture, the Technion, Haifa.


 CONTACT

e mail ronnie@ra-a.co

tel. 09.9580.780

Kibbutz Shfaim. Israel


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Ronnie Alroy Architects


Tel Aviv House by Pitsou Kedem Architects

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Total floor area: 300 sqm
Plot size: 300 sqm
Design and built: 2012-2015
Program: single family house


Pitsou Kedem architects
Design team: Pitsou Kedem, Noa Groman
In charge architect: Noa Groman
Lighting design: Orly Avron Alkabes
Styling for photography: Eti Buskila
Photography: Amit Geron


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Visitors to the Old North of Tel Aviv would be surprised should they stumble upon a small neighborhood of low-lying family homes possessing just one or two storeys each. These are the remaining relics of Israel’s early urbanism when the English garden city motif populated many of her towns.

It incorporated a rural aesthetic of red-tiled roofs, low construction and spacious, generous gardens – some buildings were constructed by the Ministry of Housing and others were enthusiastically encouraged by it. Their first inhabitants were often new immigrants and many were soon purchased by elites who saw in them the promise of comfortable lives and peaceful surroundings within an ever-growing city.

In the march of time, some were abandoned, neglected, and then rediscovered and renewed. Dense cities developed rapidly and intensively around them causing a sharp desire for these oases of comfortable family homes. Some remained unaltered – modest homes through which waft the romantic scents of their history. Others have been adapted to reflect the modern tastes and desired proportions of their current owners.

Unique is the advent of contiguously built homes – built from the start as linked units with a continuous appearance. Siamese twins bound together by visual and constructive obligations. Their development requires consideration and adjustment. Their environment seeks to preserve their values – their culture and history.

At first glance the clean, bright facade of the —— home seems alien against the background of the neighborhood. Emphasizing its difference is the additional height of the home and its long, horizontal windows, hidden behind white iron lattice-work. These are in conversation, as it were, with the early international-style homes built in Tel Aviv, some of which displayed similar lattice-work that emulated freedom of form – rendered by indecipherable spatial division.

Viewing the home from the side reveals the preservation of the original slanted roof with its distinct romantic character. Now, however, the roof appears to be resting on the surrounding walls rendering its appearance so subtle it may even be missed. The end result of the side facade is an homage to the image of the “village home”.

A passage runs from the street straight through the entrance into the inner areas – exterior and interior – past and future – a home of modern proportions. The rear facade reveals a large, vitrine window unifying the home to the yard and pool. The passage through the storeys of inner rooms is formed by a floating bridge crossed by a staircase leading up to the roof.  There the bleached wood eaves stand out against the wall thinly coated with black cement, as if acquainting the architectural motifs of new and old, identity and exactitude that permeate the structure. Hence – inside and outside – two worlds – two cultural tales are intertwined within the existence of the structure, permitting its existence, breathing into it completely new life.

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Pitsou Kedem Architect

CONTACT

39 Maze St. Ground Floor Tel-Aviv
T. 03.6204493 F. 03.6292835

Studio: office@pitsou.com
Pitsou: pitsou@pitsou.com
Press: pitsou.press@pitsou.com


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Factory Jaffa House by Pitsou Kedem Architects

JAFFA FACTORY HOUSE, 2013



Location : Tel Aviv, Israel

Architects : Pitsou kedem Architects


Design team :

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AA (Architectural Association) Diploma RIBA Part 2
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Irene Goldberg

Mackintosh School of Architecture – Dip. RIBA part 2
SINCE 2004



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Raz Melamed

B. Arch. Ariel university
SINCE 2007


CONTACT

Pitsou Kedem Architect
39 Maze St. Ground Floor Tel-Aviv
T. 03.6204493 F. 03.6292835

Studio: office@pitsou.com
Pitsou: pitsou@pitsou.com
Press: pitsou.press@pitsou.com


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            14 Lilinblum st. POB 29344

            ZIP: 61292
            Tel Aviv 
            Israel
 
                                      M: +972 54 2400499
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                                      Web: http://www.amitgeron.com

Jaffa Apartment

A historic residence in Old Jaffa

The 180 square meter residential home is located in Old Jaffa. Its location is unique in that it is set above the harbor, facing west with all of its openings facing the majestic splendor of the Mediterranean Sea. Whilst it is difficult to determine the buildings exact age, it is clear that it is hundreds of years old.

Over the years, it has undergone many changes and had many additions made that have damaged the original quality of the building and its spaces.


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The central idea was to restore the structure’s original, characteristics, the stone walls, the segmented ceilings and the arches including the exposure of the original materials (a combination of pottery and beach sand).The building has been cleaned of all of the extraneous elements, from newer wall coverings and has undergone a peeling process to expose its original state.

Surprisingly, modern, minimalistic construction styles remind us of and correspond with the ascetic style of the past, and this despite the vast time difference between them.

The central idea was to combine the old and the new whilst maintaining the qualities of each and to create new spaces that blend the styles together even intensify them because of the contrast and tension between the different periods.


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The historical is expressed by preserving the textures and materials of the buildings outer shell and by respecting the building engineering accord.

The modern is expressed by the opening of spaces and by altering the internal flow to one more open and free environment along with the use of stainless steel, iron and Korean in the various partitions, in the openings and in the furniture.

The project succeeds in both honoring and preserving the historical and almost romantic values of the structure whilst creating a contemporary project, modern and suited to its period. Despite the time differences, the tensions and the dichotomy between the periods exist in a surprisingly balanced and harmonic space.

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