An angle. An “L” shaped volume positioned slightly higher than ground level about 80 meters above in a tower facing south-west of Tel Aviv, visually reaching like a proof of joint the sinuous coastline of the Jaffa port, only a few km away. The design idea was to create a natural appendix to this visual correspondence in a territorial scale, and to obtain an ornamental integration of the city in the interior.
There are three routes traced on the inner perimeter of the “L” shaped volume: first is an entrance route that is internally duplicated by a second parallel passage covered with wood, leading to the night area, terminating and replicating itself along with the sea through the presence of a mirror / glass wall. A third route, hidden and shorter, leads from the kitchen and dining area to the dark service zone shifting towards obscurity. In this scheme for the sky, the main attraction is a place that “flies away from the world” in order to belong to the illusory of the blue that surrounds it.