Antokolsky Apartment by Pitsou Kedem Architects

By Magaly – Classes: Apartments, Bathroom, Bedroom, Decorative Accessories, Dining Room, Furnishings, Interior Style, Kitchen, Residing Room   

Antokolsky Apartment is a private residence finished in 2011.

It was designed by Pitsou Kedem Architects, and it is positioned in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Antokolsky Apartment by Pitsou Kedem Architects:

“This urban residence, set in the heart of Tel Aviv was developed for a vogue designer and proprietor of a boutique and brand bearing her identify – JERRY. The creating was developed as tribute to and a reflection of Jerry’s precise and meticulous design and style language. The dialogue, each the verbal and the design, amongst the designer and the architect created into an architectural venture that broke by way of the accepted boundaries for the style of a residential apartment.

The space and the good quality of the particulars and the materials employed by the architect created a reflection, a tribute, to the designers collection and fashion. A single of the collections which influenced the design far more than any other was the “Geometric Collection” which clearly shows Jerry’s schooling as an architect. The styles current a perform of shapes, 3 dimensions and volume whilst preserving principals of clean layout and a exact and meticulous language. The selection of colours used runs from blacks to urban grays.

The space made by the architect invites its consumer inside, into a restrained style world, practically as if entering a bubble of purity sitting in the midst of the chaos, the intensively and the noise of the city outdoors of the developing. The formal, final touches, the precision and accuracy of even the smallest information and the factors in which material meets material, the monastic language expressed meticulously and with fantastic care, supply, if only for a moment, that we are searching at anything picturesque, if you like, a operate of ar2rk.

The distinct, continual ranges of various hues of black, coupled with the geometric performances of each the organic and the artificial light against the vertical and horizontal planes and surfaces (especially on the wall covered with wooden, black painted strips) supplies this restrained image with the knowledge of movement in area, dynamism and depth.

The boundaries in between Jerry the vogue designer and her collection and those of the architect and his mark are nearly completely eradicated with the globe of design and style mixing with each other to create a end result that collectively generate a garment and a room that have been tailor produced to fit the occupant.”

Photographs by: Itay Sikolski

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