Contemporary architecture, for the most part, is clean and sleek. Sometimes it feels cold and uninvited to the user, and other times it has enough warmth to make it cozy.
One of the many approaches that is utilized by us, designers, to bring up some drama to the space is the elimination of all embellishment, unnecessary ornament. This bared environment makes it much easier for details to pop.
The feeling of expectation is set up, and even the lighter stroke of something different becomes a statement…making of the space unique & memorable.
The firm Pitsou Kedem Architect, from Tel Aviv, has mastered this aesthetic, and I’m pleased to share with you some of its work.
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