This bold and theatrical home by architect Robert Silke was inspired by the clients’ love for Tel Aviv, the White City, that was designed by Bauhaus architects in the 1930’s. With its asymmetry, long and thin stairwell windows and curved balconies, it epitomised the architectural style characterised by functionality.
Andrea weaved eccentric, colourful and sculptural pieces into the white fabric of the home to reflect the clients’ quirky and playful aesthetic.
The sensual and simple curved steel frame of the Cesca dining chairs marries into the Bauhaus style of the home, but through the use of leopard fabric it becomes a unique, signature piece.
The main bathroom was a collaborative effort between the architect and Andrea Graff Interior Design.
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