Israeli architect Pitsou Kedem designed the 'Antokolsky Penthouse,' located in a luxury apartment block in Tel Aviv.
The standout feature of this impressive residence is the infinity pool located on the rooftop, allowing residents to gaze down at the city below while they enjoy a swim. Kedem explains, "The pool is completely covered with dark stone so that the city can be reflected in its entirety in the water." The balcony, which is lined with traditional Frangipani trees, stretches the entire length of the penthouse itself and offers a covered space for external dining.
Inside, the penthouse features an open-concept plan that ensures "long and continuous lines of sight are preserved from one end of the apartment to the other." To connect the indoors and outdoors, the living room features a glazed door that opens out towards the terrace.
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