This narrow, 42 square-meter (462 square-foot) apartment in Tel Aviv, Israel, was envisioned and designed for a family who enjoys entertaining. Recently renovated by interior designer Yael Perry, it features a practical layout and plenty of natural light.
The designer opted for a minimalist scheme and monochromatic finishes in order to optimize the feeling of space. The parquet flooring, walls, and furniture were all imagined in white.
Step inside and you’ll find an entryway with functional storage units hidden in the lateral walls. The open space living room flows into the kitchen.
According to the designers, the apartment is too narrow to accommodate furniture for both the small living room and dining zone. The solution? Finding creative furniture that can be used in both spaces. Eero Aarnio’s Parabel table and four Kite chairs designed by Karim Rashid add function and visual appeal to the common areas.
Another smart feature for an apartment this size is the wall that separates the living room from the bedroom. This element has an integrated closet on one side and the TV unit on the other. Any other ideas you find provoking?
Be sure to check out the apartment plans at the end of the post for a better understanding of the project! Photography by Itay Benit.