The designers of Chiara Ferrari Studio were working on the apartment design in an old residential building in Tel Aviv, Israel. Drawing inspiration from the diverse mix of architectural styles and the rich history of the city, they have managed to combine the eclectic style of the building built in 1924 with contemporary design.
The residence of 116 square is decorated mainly in a gray palette with concrete and natural wood on contrasting with a background of white walls. Rare flashes and spots of colorful, juicy shades were carefully created to attract your attention immediately. There is the spacious open-plan living area that combines the dining room and kitchen, as well as the master bedroom and two guest rooms.
Photos by Lior Avitan