Perfectly worn Persian rugs, abstract pendant lights, Bernard Schottlander floor lamps, and surrounding floor to ceiling glass walls make an undeniably drool-worthy apartment. Located on the 21st floor of a tower block in Tel Aviv, Israel lies one of my favourite interiors of late, the R1T apartment by Partizki & Liani Architects.
The impeccable interior styling features natural timber flooring and furnishings, with a focus on sculptural black interiors, and subtle hints of the currently on-trend, bright red details.
Not to mention the innovative, yet subtle use of a reflective ceiling. Manipulating the viewers perception of the original space and size of the apartment, the ceiling reflects the surrounding city landscape, visually increasing the height of the surrounding walls adding a subtle touch of modernity and detail to an essentially minimalist space. Aah… If you need me, I’ll just be here day dreaming of that bath, a glass of Rosè and that oh so beautiful view… xx
Amit Geron . Partizki & Liani Architects . Pinterest . Tumblr