Kedem Architects designed a dark brass lattice wall for a Tel Aviv apartment of an elderly couple with a large collection of furniture and fine art. The best thing about this apartment? The most stunning modern floor lamps that will take your breath away.
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The Tel Aviv-based practice added the wall feature to the P Duplex apartment in order to make the most of the 23rd-floor flat’s two levels, as well as its views across the city and towards the Mediterranean Sea.
The architects decided to cut down the second-floor area in order to create a double-height space for the living and dining room. The 13-metre-long wall of latticework made of blackened brass provides a guardrail for the adjoining hallway on the upper level.
In the living room, we can find out one of the most iconic floor lamps of Serge Mouille. This lighting design gives a mid-century modern touch to the apartment and a minimalist and clean feeling.
On the upper level, the wall partially covers the latticework to provide privacy for the family room, which features a metal bookstand that mimics the style of the grate.
The white ceiling and walls provide a backdrop for the couple’s artwork and furniture, while translucent white curtains cover the large expanses of glazing. The architects chose to use dark basalt stone for flooring on the lower level, where the kitchen is tucked beside the stairwell.
Upstairs, wooden floorboards cover the hallway, which features a small study with a large window and bedroom at one end. The other side houses the family room as well as two more bedrooms and bathrooms.
Each of the bathrooms are finished differently. Our favorite one is white with wooden cabinets and a circular mirror.
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