Blog/Loft Living In Tel Aviv From Rust Architects

contemporary apartment in tel aviv is inspired by loft living

This contemporary loft in central Tel Aviv demonstrates the widespread influence of warehouse living.


crittal style windows feature in this tel aviv apartment by rust architects
Iron and glass windows reference an original Crittall frame.



Rust Architects have completed a contemporary interior scheme inspired by loft living within a newly completed tower block in central Tel Aviv.

The existing raw space, spanning 100 sq m, features floor-to-ceiling factory style windows, unfinished surfaces and an exposed concrete ceiling. The now completed space merges sophisticated, functional design with luxe industrial materials such as iron, marble and glass.

Throughout the interior, a monochromatic palette is offset with accents of blue, timber and buttery vintage leather; a stylish combination standing testament to the continuing popularity of industrial style and warehouse living worldwide.

contemporary kitchen in tel aviv apartment features vintage industrial details

A monochromatic palette is offset with accents of blue.


an open kitchen in this tel aviv loft is inspired by loft living

Luxe industrial finishes, such as marble and brass feature throughout.


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