Pitsou Kedem renovated a 600 square meter penthouse that covers the entire floor on top of a new building located in the north of Tel Aviv.
The corridors of the penthouse run along the twenty five meter long glazed sliding doors with light teak frames that surround the apartment giving it a 360 degrees of city scape view. Most of these sliding doors allow various internal spaces such as bedrooms and living room connect to the external area.
An infinity pool on the rooftop that runs along the edge of this renovated penthouse appears to line up with the city skyline.
“The pool is completely covered with dark stone so that the city can be reflected in its entirety in the water,”Kedem.
The open kitchen featuring freestanding islands with granite worktops is connected to the living room with the dark metal bookcase against the raw concrete wall. The living room can also be connected to the terrace through sliding doors.
The architect designed geometrical colorful block as a storage for the office allowing the owners to place their possessions as well as their art collection.
“The apartment’s residents have an impressive collection of art. This played a significant role in the design of the spaces, each of which relates to the specific piece displayed in it,“ Kedem said.
The penthouse was designed with an open-plan living space allowing every room in the apartment to the city view.
Location: Tel Aviv, IsraelDesigner: Pitsou Kedem ArchitectsArchitect: Ran M. BroidesPhotographs: Amit Geron