Michal Shilgi Architecture + Rebecca Citrin Interior Design-Apartment in Tel Aviv
Three apartments converted into a unique 140 square meter duplex in Jabotinsky Street, central Tel Aviv. A stylish bachelor pad for a new immigrant, and provide a holiday home for his extensive family visiting regularly from London
Virtual project management - We initially met the client a few days before Covid really hit in early 2020. The client’s mother, who was to manage the renovation, planned to visit from London every few weeks but very soon a round of lockdowns began in Israel and in England, which meant we couldn’t meet the client in person for the entire project. All communications moved to WhatsApp and Zoom, whether regarding budget management, contractor management, and design choices, requiring some creative forms of presentation and plenty of 3D rendering.
Bespoke furnishing - Almost every item in the apartment was tailor made using local artisans - from lighting, carpentry, windows, furniture, to the beds and closets. We also focused on using unconventional combinations of ceramics or wallpaper, bold color combinations, and textures.
텔아비브 아파트 프로젝트는 포스트 코로나에 설계된 거주공간으로 건축주와 비대면으로 진행된 프로젝트 입니다. 그럼에도 불구하고 많은 부분에서 건축주와 피팅될 수 있도록 작업하였고, 오늘과 같은 결과물을 얻게 되었습니다. 맞춤형 가구: 조명, 목공, 창문, 가구와 침대 및 옷장까지 거의 모든 품목들을 현지 장인들을 섭외하여 맞춤 제작되었으며, 과감한 포인트로 리듬감 있는 내부공간 연출을 완성하였습니다.