Tel Aviv residence by Neuman Hayner

The L-shape of this Tel Aviv residence is achieved by the cubed volumes connected by a passageway. Designed for a family of four, the open-plan ground floor of the first wing hosts the living, dining and kitchen spaces which open out to the porch and pool. Above the kitchen, the mezzanine level contains a study while bamboo is used on the stairs adds warmth to the muted concrete interiors. Throughout the home, chairs and beds are suspended by rope from the ceiling.

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