“The design idea was to create a natural appendix to this visual correspondence in a territorial scale, and to obtain an ornamental integration of the city in the interior.”


 

Oh yeah – how about we launch into this week with a super sexy ceiling? I’m just a little bit excited about it. Located on the twenty-first floor of a tower block in the southern part of Tel Aviv, this apartment by Paritzki Liani Architects features a super slick PVC ceiling which reflects the panoramic views of Tel Aviv harbour back into the apartment. Sheer stroke of genius!

This ceiling singlehandedly manages to manipulate our perception of the overall apartment volume. It also allows amazing transitions of moods and colours to occur within the space depending on parts of the day, the weather, the seasons… Ah, this is such a romantic idea that’s been beautifully executed. Extremely extreme love!


[Images courtesy of Paritzki Liani Architects , via Dezeen.]

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Dana is an award-winning interior designer living in Sydney, Australia. With an unhealthy passion for design, Dana commits to an abnormal amount of daily design research. Regular travel and attendance at premier design events, enables Dana to stay at the forefront of the design world globally. While she is super serious about design, Dana never takes herself - nor design - too seriously. Together with her life and business partner, Nick Hughes, Dana is Boss Lady at Studio Yellowtrace, specialising in Interior Design, Creative Direction and Special Projects. The studio takes a highly conceptual and holistic approach to translating brands & ideas into places.

3 Responses

  1. Nina

    It’s like have artwork on the ceiling! I couldn’t take my eyes off it!

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  2. Simonbk

    nice idea and fantastic view. However ““The design idea was to create a natural appendix to this visual correspondence in a territorial scale, and to obtain an ornamental integration of the city in the interior.” give me a break, I thought this sort of rationalising was dying out!

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