Collection by Allie Weiss

Modern Houses in Tel Aviv

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With a tradition of forward-thinking architecture, the Israeli city continues to see new developments in residential building.

The decking on the rooftop is Burmese teak and the colorful Picot pouffes are by Paola Lenti.
The voluminous black plaster cube appears to float over the open first-floor at the rear elevation.
In the bedroom, floor-to-ceiling cabinets with depressed handles serve as a de facto wall leading out to the main area.
At the back of the living room sits a custom sofa that Reik designed.
While the lower floor was the site of more extensive work, the entire interior was redressed in a raw, industrial...
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