Pitsou Kedem Architects, the Israeli architecture firm known for bringing a smart, chic (and warm!) minimalism to residential projects across Israel, has done it again, this time with a sleek renovation of a penthouse apartment in Tel Aviv. Spread over two floors of a tower overlooking the city, the flat is organized around a central core (with staircase and built-in shelving) and a series of open-plan common areas and tucked-away bedrooms and baths.The apartment's owners are big art collectors—and like to give their children's art pride of place—so there's ample space on both floors for displaying gems by American artist Kehinde Wiley and others.
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