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Working on a Sunday

Tired of beige walls, industrial carpet, cubicle wall ugliness, fluorescent lighting and all the other fun things that go along with typical office life? I certainly am. Working in an environment such as this one would certainly make it easier to get up and go to work in the mornings. The lucky folks of Tel Aviv companies Jelly Button Games and Hamutzim Studio have this totally awesome workspace to look forward to each work day morning. Designed by Roy David Studio, this 700 sq m industrial loft space could not be more inspiring and fun. Guaranteed to make for some happy employees. (You can read all the details here). 

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Another project by Ando Studio

This just blows me away that it is not real. Another concept apartment designed by Ando Studio


An apartment in Paris...

Israel-based Ando Studio designed this apartment in Saint Germain, Paris last year. The team of architects, interior designers and CG artists specialize in 3D renderings. So this apartment is....or isn't.... Although either way it is freaking fantastic! 

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Archaic minimalism

The building in the old quarter of the port city of Jaffa, Israel is hundreds of years old but the living spaces are modern and minimalist. Much of the character had been removed by previous owners so architect Pitsou Kedem striped the walls and ceilings back to the beautiful, ancient stone before combining old with new. All with the spartan aesthetic common to the simple stone dwelling and the now minimalist modern interiors.

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Antokolsky penthouse

How about a dose of modernism to make you want to de-clutter and enjoy some concrete? The Antokolsky penthouse by Pitsou Kedem Architect is pretty spectacular, and pretty freaking huge at 680 m². So not only can you do laps up and down its massively long corridor, you can then go take a dip in the rooftop pool and enjoy the views of Tel Aviv. My favourite touch is the Ingo Maurer Lucellino lights - a longtime favourite of mine.

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