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Roy David Studio completes Personetics' new office in Tel Aviv

by Simon Yuen on Feb 23, 2016 in Interiors
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Roy David Studio has recently completed the design of a new office space for hi-tech company Personetics

Israeli design firm Roy David Studio has designed the interior for the office of Personetics, a hi-tech company based in Tel Aviv, Israel. The new office is situated inside a newly renovated building proposed by the studio as a high-tech business hub.

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The open office spans across two storeys, where the main waiting area is surrounded by wooden columns installed at varying angles. These function to visually block material between the waiting area and the rest of the office. The entire ambience of the office centre is greatly enhanced by the use of an impressive light fixture. 70 LED lights are installed in equal distances but at different heights, which creates a movement like illusion in the space.

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The conference room is designed in a minimalistic way with plain walls and necessary funitire only. Fine rugs and furniture in the office make the interior feel warm and welcoming.

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