At the heart of White City in Tel Aviv, a new residence is using the neglected space in one of the most desirable parts of the city. With a unique spin on H typology, the building is angled to utilise the beautiful Mediterranean sea views and hot climate.
As part of the planning criteria, Bar Orion was tasked with creating something that was both unique to Tel Aviv and irreplicable. The focus was on creating a new architectural aesthetic that would leave a lasting impression for years to come.
As a result, the end result is more sculptural and asymmetrical. The design utilises a combination of HPL boards and aluminium systems to create the facade surfaces. With ribbon windows, structured pergolas they create an interesting shape that plays with perspective.
This is typical of the area which is known for buildings with unusual sizes and shapes. The building itself is approximately three times larger than a typical lot in the area and sit 200m from the seaside promenade.