Dan Troim Reinvents Tel Aviv

12.6.2012

By Out.com Editors

The architect has led the way in the regeneration of Tel Aviv's Neve Tzedek neighborhood

Dan Troim compares his design philosophy to a red dot in a simple white space. “It creates a strong, dramatic emotion with a minimal action,” says the architect, who leads the regeneration of Tel Aviv’s vibrant Neve Tzedek neighborhood. Favoring raw materials -- predominantly concrete and wood -- Troim complements the stark, clean lines of the city’s Bauhaus architecture. Color is used sparingly, if at all, and his furniture -- like his striking Designer’s Chair made of walnut (below) -- is sturdy and elegant. It’s what Troim describes as “Art Deco, Tel Aviv style.” 

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