On the main road of Dizengoff Street in Tel Aviv we find the entrance to this attic/garden of N/M flat.
Its defining geometry is the result of the initial status of the space in which it has been constructed; a building from the 1970s which had previously been used for offices.
After having emptied the whole area of all its internal features, the outer limits were redrawn to create a night zone to the west and a more open space occupying the rest of the floor to serve as the day area and to link the two levels of the property.
Right from the entrance itself the perspective sequences are highlighted by the asymmetry of the internal arrangements. The private night-zone is hidden by walls that act as a background to the staircase and end with the line of doors of the children’s rooms. The movements in the day area flow around three centres: the kitchen/bar and the two living rooms. These are separate and distant from each other. One is for the activities of the children and the other is a conversation area for the family and guests.