Interior designer Maayan Zusman and architect Amir Navon have transformed apartment in Israel into an airy space. The otherwise light-coloured Tel Aviv flat features strong door and window frames, a black pole that acts as a TV stand, and furniture that looks like line drawings. The 95-sq. m. open-plan apartment features two bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom sectioned off with a curtain. These rooms are designed to mirror each other through features like identical, grid-like showers with white tiles and high-contrast black grout.
We wished for the apartment to open up as much as possible and feel airy yet framed, – Zusman said. Many features were used to execute this, including string lights by Flos and a mirror-image layout for the bathrooms and bedrooms that have a window segmentation between them.