The client and her husband loves to decorate each house in a different style. For this project, due to the impact of the internal staircase, like in an Algerian house, the client thought to design and decorate everything around the Blue Cobalt color. For this purpose, we choose tiles, materials and even glass panels with
Situated in the Rehavia neighborhood of Jerusalem, this apartment belongs to an elderly Jewish couple. The location is perfect for them – close to the city center, but quiet and cozy. The interior design before the renovation left much to be desired, as it had not been touched for decades.
Changing the overall look of the apartment is the thing I like most in Interior Design. I focus on making changes that are noj just aesthetic, but also fit the taste and the needs of my clients. That’s what I call interior design. It’s more than decoration, or renovation. It’s about making something entirely new.
A unique 2-floor penthouse has been divided, so that it gives room to 3 full units (for the parents, for their children and for all their guests), the office and waiting area, a spectacular roof & the owner’s private club-sauna. Project Photo Gallery
This is one of the projects I’m proud of. Designing an apartment (actually three apartments) for parents, grandparents, children and grandchildren is a very ambitious goal. One should also take into consideration that grandparents are secular, parents are religiuos and the son is orthodox, as well as his own family.
This is my own apartment at ha-Rav Berlin str. in Jerusalem. Same as the Galleries Laffayettes shop in Paris says in their famous advertising, “Il se passe toujours quelque chose aux Galeries Lafayette” (At every moment, there is always something new). At my own flat as well: “Never a dull moment”. Project Photo Gallery
Small changes — that’s what is making your apartment look new again and again. I don’t believe in design that lasts for decades without any change. The world around us doesn’t stand still; neither do we. That’s why I tend not to use the most expensive materials in the market as many designers do.
A spacious three-floors apartment in Ramot district in Jerusalem is located near the forests of the Ramot hills. The design of the apartment lets the outside enter inside the flat via big windows, doors and even open ceiling in the dining room area. Project Photo Gallery
An apartment in an Orthodox Jerusalem neighborhood, featuring a spacious living room, several bedrooms and bathrooms, big kitchen (with separated unit for Passover) and more rooms. Warm colors used in this design stream this warm and cozy autumn mood. Project Photo Gallery