Dori Interior Design / Ben Gurion Boulevard
Originally, the apartment was full of small niches, and a long, dark, narrow diagonal corridor. The front was closed with old shutters and there was no outdoor terrace. The kitchen was tiny, closed, rear and away from the living room.
The architects found an important and beautiful element to be emphasized. In the end we have created a beautiful patio on a concrete stage surrounded by the Mashrabiyya walls, and let the sun shine through them.
The open space includes the living room, the big terrace, kitchen and a dining area which is very functional and inside the master bedroom includes a custom made wardrobe also a luxury bath stands on a stage, capturing the attention with its translucent shower box that floats in the middle of the bedroom.
Photography by Adi Cohen Zedek.