Stretching excessive three flooring of the W Tower in Park Tzameret, a state-of-the-art penthouse boasts unimaginable views over Tel Aviv and the Mediterranean Sea. The absolutely automated sensible house has it’s personal personal elevator atop the forty five flooring constructing under, in addition to a personal pool and even a maids room.
The beautiful area encompasses a cavernous twin story dwelling space, enabling the set up of a towering water function that cascades down over a six meter drop.
An open plan design permits the superior metropolis views to be loved all through every space of the house, whether or not enjoyable, eating or cooking. Floating above the sweeping metropolis provides full privateness up close to the clouds, making this house the right place for each enjoyable away from the world and for entertaining visitors.
Modern designer furnishings punctuates every zone, in addition to lovely architectural finishes with excellent consideration to element.
To benefit from the huge ceiling heights, a mezzanine degree cuts by means of the area, providing up a novel additional seating space the place the home-owner can hang around or learn from the house library cabinets located there. The mezzanine has been constructed with glass flooring and balustrades that give the world a sense that it’s floating above the dwelling under.
The glazed inside balcony function ties in completely with the twin peak home windows, and permits the continuation of unobstructed views.
A glass staircase continues the clear theme, and is lit to provide a powerful impact, although wanting down will not be for the faint hearted!
The format of this residence follows a parallel plan, with the lengthy eight seat eating suite operating in an ideal linear association between the prolonged kitchen island, and the straight again of the massive couch.
The straight strains are damaged with an added flourish on the far finish of the lounge, the place an uncommon seating design undulates over an enormous round rug. By way of The Company Picture Credit: Itay Sikolski