• Avigdor 22 Event Space by Pitsou Kedem Architects // Tel Aviv, Israel.


    Posted on 2nd August, by Dana Tomić Hughes in architecture, interior design. 1 Comment

    Avigdor 22 Event Space by Pitsou Kedem Architects in Tel Aviv, Israel | yellowtrace.com.au

    Avigdor 22 Event Space by Pitsou Kedem Architects in Tel Aviv, Israel | Yellowtrace.

    Avigdor 22 Event Space by Pitsou Kedem Architects in Tel Aviv, Israel | Yellowtrace.

    Avigdor 22 Event Space by Pitsou Kedem Architects in Tel Aviv, Israel | Yellowtrace.

    Avigdor 22 Event Space by Pitsou Kedem Architects in Tel Aviv, Israel | Yellowtrace.

    Avigdor 22 Event Space by Pitsou Kedem Architects in Tel Aviv, Israel | Yellowtrace.

    Avigdor 22 Event Space by Pitsou Kedem Architects in Tel Aviv, Israel | Yellowtrace.

     

    Avigdor 22 is contemporary event space, designed by Pitsou Kedem in collaboration with Dan Troim Architecture. Entrepreneurs Gilly Kacenelenbogen and Eran Tadmor set out to establish a unique venue, contained within the walls of an old industrial building on Ben-Avigdor Street in Tel Aviv‘s Montefiore neighbourhood.

    Unlike the unfortunate images conjured up in my mind at the thought of event venues, at Avigdor 22 there are no hints of unnecessary frills, generic furniture, over-designed carpet, ceilings plagued with ugly bulkheads and predictable lame-ass lighting. No sir! This space, previously a factory in the 50s, is all about crisp lines, high ceilings, abundance of concrete and steel, with elegantly utilitarian furniture designed by Dan Troim.

    A perfect place for a histper Bar Mitzvah. Mazel Tov!


     

    Revisit Yellowtrace archives on Design in Tel Aviv / Projects by Pitsou Kedem / Industrial Interiors.

     


    [Photography by Amit Geron, courtesy of Pitsou Kedem.]

     





  • One Response to “Avigdor 22 Event Space by Pitsou Kedem Architects // Tel Aviv, Israel.”

    1. Clean, neutral, relaxed and a great use of light and space. I particularly like the fact that the design and layout does not suffer from over-crouding (all too commonplace today with maximising profit from sales). A particularly enjoyable post.



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