Having been in Tel Aviv loving walking around in Neve Tzedek which is the neighborhood in Tel Aviv built outside the old city of the ancient port of Jaffa close to the mediterranean sea.
For years this worn and wonderful old town was neglected and almost fell apart,
but since early 1980´s Neve Tzedek has become one of Tel Aviv´s latest fashionable and expensive districts with a village like atmosphere. Literally, Neve Tzedek means Abode of Justice, but is also a name for god.
The extremely cool and inviting kitchen area is featuring a Boffi kitchen.
Boffi´s words about the renovation:
of the old city of Tel Aviv, showing off its 90 years.
The building age is also highlighted by the ancient vine, the big olive tree, the well in the yard and the tall limestone wall.
It represents the history of urban, narrow and tall Mediterranean homes,
influenced by the proximity of the sea and by a special light...
Architect: Anderman Architects (architect in charge: Adi Cohen)
Photographs: Amit Geron
Check the wire hung staircase. From a distance you almost don't see the wires.
If you like the stairs check the Anderman Architects Studio
site where you find more versions of this clever staircase solution.
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