Posts Tagged ‘israel’

VIVINO restaurant by Studio Eti Dentes, Zihron Yaakov – Israel

September 15th, 2017

VIVINO restaurant by Studio Eti Dentes, Zihron Yaakov – Israel

Revolve bottles by Talia Mukmel, Tel Aviv – Israel

August 19th, 2017


Despite being made from the grains of bioplastic (PHA, PLA), the REVOLVE bottles evoke the look of handcrafted objects, thereby paying homage to the work of generations that came before.

Bleecker Bakery by Studio itay Gidron, Beit-Shemesh – Israel

August 17th, 2017

Our design brief was to create a familiar and relaxed ambiance, a place where the neighborhood could come together to eat, drink and feel at home. At Itay Gidron Studios, we saw space as a place where the customer would feel like they are entertaining friends in their own backyard.

Ya Pan bistro by Pitsou Kedem and Baranowitz & Goldberg Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

August 16th, 2017


Kedem worked together with Baranowitz & Goldberg Architects on the project. They took inspiration from Japan’s traditional kite festivals – where people gather to fly huge kites in bright shades.

Backdoor – Thai Bakery by OMY design, Tel Aviv – Israel

July 29th, 2017

The ceiling is constructed by a reflective prism-geometry element. One side of the prism is covered by stainless steel in order to reflect the light coming in, making the shop brighter and creating the sensation of a higher and more aired ceiling, and on the other side – a natural green veneer that compliments the space.

King George Restaurant by Portal Architects, Kfar Saba – Israel

July 27th, 2017

The design uses variety worlds of materials, from the old and vintage to innovative, from reuse to new made. Cold and clean materials mixed with warm and cozy surroundings. Yet, our main concern was to make sure that this chaos will end up with a harmonic and relaxing atmosphere.

Team 8 Office by Kedem Shinar Architecture & Design and Skorka Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

July 25th, 2017

A special emphasis was given to the materials which combine a mix of concrete, light wood and colored aluminium profiles. The glass walls wrap around the space and in combination with the lighting create a sense of endlessness.

Betili concept stores by Studio Samuelov, Beer-Sheva – Israel

July 24th, 2017

The store’s centerpiece is the “Betili Studio” where customers can take an active part in designing various furniture, selecting finishing materials and planning furniture settings fitting their home. This customer empowerment allows the retailer to take over the home design domain and strengthen its position as THE dominant signature in that domain.

Betili concept stores by Studio Samuelov, Netanya – Israel

July 20th, 2017

The design emphasizes the size of Betili and its leadership in the field, though, among other things, a trendy and confident substantial language of concrete and raw wood and an open and very spacious planogram.

Mediterranean Towers by Studio Gad, Ganey Tiqva – Israel

July 6th, 2017

The light fixtures create the sensation which matches its purpose and activity, while producing various levels of intimacy. We chose materials which time only enhances their characteristics: wood planks, iron, natural stone and terracotta tiles.

Eldar Group offices by Reuveni Studio, Ramat Gan – Israel

July 2nd, 2017

The designers used warm materials such as: Refurbished wooden floor, Red Metals such as brass and copper, furniture and lighting from various styles of collections which combine colors that give a sense of home and warmth. A fruitful collaboration between the designers and the office owners contributed to the creation of such a pleasant and special work space.

Feel – Perfume Mall Bar by Dana Shaked, Ramat Gan – Israel

June 13th, 2017

The pleasant smell is a way to engage people with the stand. With that said, most people’s sense of smell is a part of a larger plan. And so, the concept of a perfume bar design should be bold, striking and unusual, that would immediately conquer the heart of the buyer who is in a hurry.

Libby’s & Bakery by Keren Offner, Tel Aviv – Israel

June 2nd, 2017

A soft color palette was chosen based on touches of yellow. Black and simple looking tables emphasize a wall covered with wood. Wooden chairs upholstered with different tons of gray contribute to the relaxed yet urban atmosphere.

Office by Reuveni Interior Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

June 2nd, 2017

The designers used elements such as; “Fish Bone” raw wood floor, silicate brick walls, hanging celling, art and a decorative lighting fixtures creating a perfect combination for a contemporary Tel-Aviv space.

Kaminario offices by Samuelov Studio, Yokneam – Israel

May 29th, 2017

The finishing material schema, which was conceived to reflect the brand’s story, combines longevity and sturdy character, such as dismantled bricks, recycled wood, refinishing and polishing the native concrete floors of the building, etc., to resonate the RECOLLECTIONS theme.

Transit restaurant by Portal Architects, Rehovot – Israel

May 27th, 2017

Shipping ropes add a dramatic nature to the bar area and rusted iron lives alongside oak bars. The design aimed to create general breathing space, openness and bare glances, both inside and out.

AYEKA Coworking Office by Setter Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

May 27th, 2017

Inspiration for Ayeka’s common spaces came from the encounter between the simultaneously gritty and polished appearance that typifies the complex: the elevators in the entrance wall have impressive wood panels, against the background of a concrete wall dismantled from construction blocks and left in its raw state.

Hair Center by Hilit Karsh, Haifa – Israel

May 18th, 2017

This ceiling sets a dramatic tone that introduces the customers to the fashionable nightclub atmosphere. The main space still has the construction poles that were a part of the original building. They were coated in black, with elongated black stripes across the ceiling.

FREEZER ice cream shop by SK Designers & Housestanding, Ramat Gan – Israel

May 15th, 2017

The designers than decided to leave them by their nature, leading to a decision to use throughout all the design, unusual materials from the industry area to enhance the connection to the outside street. Special concrete tiles were chosen for the floor, concrete plates covered the counters, and black marble was installed on top.

Gofman Creative office by Dana Shaked, Ramat Gan – Israel

May 12th, 2017

At the main working space, the right wall painted in bright turquoise which brought a touch of Scandinavian style with other smoky colored ceiling tiles and wall lamps with an industrial look.