Four consecutive corner apartments in a building in the Tsamert Complex in Tel Aviv have been combined into one spacious apartment. The interior design is simple and consists of two public levels that also contain two private levels.
This is monolithic architecture, a silent piece of art, made entirely from wood, with a natural finish on the inside and a black asphalt finish on the outside. During the daytime, multiple openings on the facade allow the light to pour into the living rooms, the studio and the two levels above – from 3 different directions.
We designed Social1 inside a classic Socialist Style building that was designed and completed during the communist regime of Nicolae Ceausescu. With such a strong socialist-imposing architecture we looked for a design that integrates modern restaurant concepts with the reminiscences of history.
Arroyo Solís Agraz was invited to perform the renovation of Bolerama Coyoacán, located in the Southern area of Mexico City. It is a complex made up by three buildings: the first one has a parking space; it had 56 bowling lanes, the second one accommodated the coffee bar, management offices and restrooms, and the third one served as a lobby connecting the other two buildings.