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Architect Oshir Asaban Remodels a 1970s Apartment in Tel Aviv, Israel

By Magaly Grosso


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This project consists of the complete remodeling of a 150 m2 apartment that dates back to the 1970s. It is located in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel and was completed by Architect Oshir Asaban in 2016. At first glance, the most striking feature is the monochrome use of black and white – not just in the living room, but also in the rest of the interior.

Black shelves have been set against the white walls, filled with decorative details in white to give prominence and life to the décor of the space.


Dining room view from the main entrance
Living room with white walls and furniture in black

The dining room is comfortable and full of natural light that flows through the large glass door that leads to the terrace, where we can enjoy views over nature.

The rest of the spacious apartment looks very similar – spacious and comfortable with a décor which, despite having used black as a continuous, common element, does not allow it to darken the rooms, thanks to the windows that allow the entrance of abundant natural light.

Living room with balcony
TV Area
Balcony with plants
View of the dining room from the living room
Coffee table detail
Living room library details
Library details

Dining room in black with large window
Details of the candlesticks on the dining room table

Modern kitchen in black and white


Master bedroom with comfortable and inviting bed

The master bedroom, a cozy space that invites relaxation and has as its centerpiece a soft bed with sheets and duvets of fine and elegant linen, lies under a long window that floods the room with light.

The hanging lamps, in a peculiar and beautiful style, accompany the décor, giving it a unique touch.

Bed with window in the wall

Black and white bathroom
Decorative details in bathrooms

Shower with black walls

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About Magaly Grosso

Magaly Grosso was born in Venezuela where she grew up and studied Advertising and Marketing. With time, she realized that what she truly wanted to dedicate herself to was Interior Design, which is why she decided to study it and devote herself to it. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

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