Yael Perry is responsible for the interior design of this Tel-Aviv Yafo Apartment, in Israel. Find out everything about this unique project.
Perry had many projects, but this, in particular, was a real challenge. The duplex was divided into small spaces and wasn’t what the buyer needed, but also had limited floor space. However, has a series of openings that complete the rooms with natural light. In order to give more emphasis to these openings, Perry framed them with black Belgium-style windows. But it also added mirrors. Most of the interior walls, kitchen, and storage spaces have mirrors, creating the “illusion of larger and double spaces”.
Perry made different plans for the insides. The primary endeavored to form a partitioned space for the living room & space for the dining area and kitchen whereas the others included an open arrange for the kitchen & living room.
They chose the primary arrangement, isolating the kitchen from the living space. The visitor lavatory, found in a square space next to the entrance on the main floor.
The fabric palette on the main floor includes concrete, reflected surfaces, glass, and leather furniture that suits the customer’s desire.
On the upper floor, within the resting and private zones, they choose gentler materials such as wood, linen, reflected surfaces, and white tiles in the main bathroom.
Yael Perry did an amazing job in this apartment, and we are totally in love with this mirror maze place!
Credits to: Archdaily