Roshfeld Herbert Samuel Restaurant

Concept: The restaurant’s Tel Aviv location looking out over the Mediterranean Sea influenced the space’s architectural concept which is based on Mediterranean building traditions. The restaurant’s wooden pergola pays homage to the traditional design of lifeguard towers and the lighting design plays a central role in the interior design of the first floor.

Challenge: Creating an ambient atmosphere that complements the wood’s natural colors and provides a warm glow for the crispy temptations and gourmet dishes. 

Solution: The lighting plan implemented included halogen narrow spots to highlight the center of each table. The room’s central wood pergola is lit with decorative, custom-made hanging lighting fixtures that help complete the room’s natural décor. 

TYPE

leisure

DATE

2007

LOCATION

Israel, Tel Aviv

CREDITS

Client: Herbert Samuel Restaurant

Architect/Designer: Baranovitch Kronenberg Arch

PHOTO: Amit Geron

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