A Bauhaus apartment in Tel Aviv

Bauhaus apartment in Tel Aviv renovated to highlight its history

Interior designer Maayan Zusman and architect Amir Navon have renovated a flat with a challenging, boat-shaped floor plan in one of Tel Aviv's influential Bauhaus buildings.

The 70-square-metre apartment, located in a curving white 1930s building in central Tel Aviv, was purchased recently by the client, after its previous owner passed away.

With their renovation, Zusman and Navon wanted to bring out the apartment's years of history.

So while they modernised the two-bedroom flat with contemporary finishes and the addition of a second bathroom, they also retained elements of the layout and relaid the existing floor tiles.  (Photos © Gidon Levin)

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