Popular and the stereotypical designs are not always need to make a maintanable renovations and eco-friendly designs. Gal Levy and architect Dan Marcus,design this stylish apartment that restored with inventive nature addition, which located on tiny and quite street in the center of hectic Tel Aviv. The lovely little space which occupying the fourth floor of a latest apartment building on Brener Street, is extended across 82 square meters and features a small, gorgeous balcony that greets the exotic see breeze. While the economic and ecological hindrance are keeping in mind, Renewing of its dark and ripe interior into a pretty, fashionable area was reached.
balcony and glass doors connected to living room
Opening up the apartment to the soft see wind from th northwest, which cutting down from the wasting of home’ energy significantly, was the first renovation steps. After the smart design change, The house power bills were cut deeply by as much as 30 percent, where we far less pressure on the unnatural cooling systems. The opening up of the apartment sliding glass door and windows, as apart from ushering in an air coolness, brought in a lot of natural ventilation.
Not only make the far more planet-friendly look, but also more thrifty were the function of recycled decor and re-demanded chairs in renovation . Open floor plant that appearance a pleasant living area, a smart kitchen, a special home work station and stylish dining nook, were Most of earliest walls creations.
IKEA furniture and terrace furniture from a nearby closed restaurant, a vegetable garden in the rooftop salvaging combined to fashion modern yet Eco-cognizant home. It makes various look in the each different rooms. Simple, minimal and ergonomic, with the walls being clad in the chaste white, are for the parents’ bedroom decor. More perky is for The kids’ bedroom, with a grand showing of a bunk bed and toys that steals the show!. It is efficient, fabulous and great renovation.
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