This small Tel Aviv apartment is a home to a family of three, designed by Benjamin Lowenstein. The open space is divided by a partition in the middle, creating privacy for two workspaces and a library. Made from iron and pressed wood, the partition is coloblocked with shades of blue, red and yellow. These friendly colors inform the scheme and the vibe of the apartment. Another clever part of this layout is that the partition is built perpendicular to the wall of windows, allowing light travel freely in all areas. I love how other elements of the place pick up the aesthetic of this core feature. Like the kitchen, which is adjacent to the partition, is continuing the colorful theme with bright green and pale pink accents.
Photography by David Frenkel