Toledano + Architects creatively envisioned a duplex penthouse for a family with 2 kids in Tel Aviv, Israel. The main challenge was to create separation between the parents’; and children’;s areas while maintaining living spaces that would encourage interaction.
“The whole house is very modular, with sliding doors, a hidden bar in the bookcase, an extensive metal table,” explained the architects. “This provides every space with several functions according to the time of the day or the occasion.”
“The kids’; room was designed like a playground, integrating a desk, a blackboard, bookshelves, beds, a wood cabin with laser-cut maps on the wall, a dance bar, closets and so on in order to encourage creativity,” the architects said. “On the other hand, the parents have their master suite, with a completely different architectural language, separated from the rest of the duplex.”
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