This Central Israel-located prestigious penthouse designed by Moran Gozali covers 220 sq.m. It was bought by a young family who dreamt of an apartment that would be a kind of a “resort” for them. This refers to a sense of freedom, elegance, warmth, and intimacy imbued with a warm modern style so well-identified with the interior architect.
Moran Gozali, carefully selected to design this project, says: “in our studio we believe in total design in which the home functions as a single harmonious and synchronized unit. This starts at the program planning stage, while considering the space and its environmental context. Then the various systems are added, bringing all of these considerations together to create a tight design and planning, precisely tailored to the available proportions and the family lifestyle”.
The apartment’s interior was totally demolished in order to be replaced with a new design based on the intended plan. The parallel lines created as part of the initial planning were leading lines for a design language that was reiterated throughout the various elements making up that space. These lines appear in various versions, both horizontally and vertically, in the spatial enclosures, kitchen design and other tailor-made elements. The open space was planned with an Italian kitchen at its center, certainly not a standard design element.