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Romema Project

Abandoned house of a European architect

Location: Romema, Jerusalem.
Area: 200 square meters (2153 sq. ft.).
Design style: Modern Classic
Client request: An apartment that, on the one hand, would contain a lot of storage space but that, on the other hand, would maintain a streamlined and modern look.
Challenge: A children’s room containing four beds without overwhelming the space.
Solution: A unique wall of beds with a high dresser and night light for each.

Summary:
When planning an apartment for a family blessed with many children, care must be taken that the aesthetics and style do not overshadow practical concerns, and ensure that all the functions serve the needs of the residents. To that end, the public spaces, such as the living room and the kitchen, are spacious and pleasant, with the capacity to accommodate all family members and their guests without feeling crowded or tight.

On the other hand, in the bedrooms, all the divergent requirements were concentrated in a personalized way, as can be seen in the children’s room. Although each room has its own story, we maintained a design line that connects all parts of the apartment.

To convey a feeling of space, we used a bright visual in combination with a touch of gold to represent timeless luxury.