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Parisian Chic

A private house in the center of the country that was renovated from the ground up, while redistributing the walls of the house and replacing all the building's systems. Opening up the spaces and choosing the right color scheme expanded the space, allowed masses of natural light to enter, and created a proper flow between the interior and exterior.

The house was designed in a classic Art Deco style and the design concept equated the space to a look with Parisian chic.

All the elements in the project were custom-made - starting with the stone carpet on the kitchen island made of pieces of white Carrara stone and black Niromaquina handmade by an artist that were assembled on site, all the details of the furniture, the textiles and even the lighting fixtures that were planned and designed by the designer especially for the project.


Photographer: Itai Benit

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