This minimalist penthouse in Tel Aviv, Israel, was recently completed by Pitsou Kedem Architect. The 5,380-square-foot project, Layers of White, consists of two wings united by a narrow corridor.
Floor-to-ceiling windows frame city views in every direction, allowing the apartment to be flooded in natural light during the day. On the ceiling and walls, various shapes and textures were created, adding dynamics to this all-white penthouse.
“Layers of pure, soft white appear to have taken on a different frequency from the beat of the city,” the designers said. “Triangular clusters appear as a motif on the balcony’s green wall, which was designed especially for this project.” The furnishings are minimalist, directing attention toward the expansive views of the city.
Custom lighting units were integrated into the design scheme. “Long, thin strips of light emphasize the linear axis along the length of the corridor, and ceiling fixtures that appear as works of origami complement the triangular, three-dimensional walls,” the designers said. [Photography by Amit Geron]
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