Tel Aviv's Bauhaus Heart
Collected by Afar Magazine
Irene Kronenberg shows us the street life, the breakfast culture, and yes, the famously whitewashed architecture of the White City — Tel Aviv, Israel
Yehuda ha-Levi St 79/81, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
“Alon and I are regulars for Friday breakfast. We love their take on the Arab dish shakshuka. In the original, eggs are poached in a sauce of tomatoes and red peppers, but here they use green peppers instead of red, and they add goat...
Yavne St 30, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
“I tend to lose my head and empty my wallet at Hibino, a gallery and shop that stocks design items from Japan, such as porcelain pieces by Kihara. It has started to carry clothes by young Japanese designers, too. Prices are high, but the quality...
Ahad Ha'Am St, Ramat Gan, Israel
“My design for Tapas 1 is all about color and movement and shapes. I wanted it to be a place people could comfortably gather for a quick bite and drink. The tiles are the same as the ones found in Tel Aviv’s old houses and Bauhaus apartments.” —...
Mikve Yisrael St, Holon, Israel
“Israeli fashion designer Sharon Brunsher creates sophisticated styles in a monochrome palette. I’m a total architect and wear a lot of white, black, and gray. I particularly love gray and am always discovering new shades here.” —Architect Irene...
Maze St 3, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
“When Alon and I work late in the studio, we crave comfort food. We love to have dinner at this Italian restaurant, where the service is personal and generous. An Aperol spritz helps leave the day behind, and the pastas are all...
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