| Location: Tel-Aviv | Category: Interior Design – Culture | Size 1,000SQM | Status: Completed 2010
The Litvak’s Gallery is the culmination of an exhaustive and collective process of experimentation and debate. The result is the manifestation of much that is good in the heated fusion that is at the origin of Architecture; in the layering of intentions, concepts, means of production and the uncompromising vision of all the participating protagonists. The Litvak Gallery is designed as a contemporary Art Gallery with a commitment to the exhibiting of works of art that use glass as a medium. Glass is a uniquely sensitive material that is particularly effected by context & lighting. Its beauty is revealed as it borrows and adopts the reflected qualities of the spaces that surround it. Exhibition spaces need to be inherently flexible and this space is no different in that respect. Yet flexibility does not necessarily require one to be neutral. Our aim was to create a highly tuned space that expresses the existence of boundaries and details while enhancing the viewer’s experience of the works of art on display.
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