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Tel Aviv hotel The Vera celebrates local design

Pieces by Israeli designers and craftsmen fill Tel Aviv hotel The Vera, which is located in the Neve Tzedek neighbourhood, in what was once the city’s first maternity hospital.

The building had been empty for decades, and when owner Danny Tamari bought it, he found rooms filled with paper and old office furniture. With help from local designer Yaron Tal, he stripped the interiors back, removing years of renovations to expose the underlying structure.

Tel Aviv hotel The Vera celebrates local design
Photography: Assaf Pinchuk courtesy of The Vera Hotel

Tamari also collaborated with local makers on the adaptive reuse project, repairing engraved tin ceilings and creating bespoke light fittings and pieces of furniture for the hotel.

The Vera Hotel’s 39 rooms start from around £100 per night and are spread across five floors. Each is decked out in a mostly monochromatic colour palette that’s contrasted by wood and leather furniture. Guests can serve themselves a drink from the downstairs vending machine – which stocks wines from Israeli vineyards – and relax on the roof terrace, which looks out across Tel Aviv.

Lilienblum St 27, Tel Aviv-Yafo, 6513102

Tel Aviv hotel The Vera celebrates local design
Photography: Assaf Pinchuk courtesy of The Vera Hotel
Tel Aviv hotel The Vera celebrates local design
Photography: Assaf Pinchuk courtesy of The Vera Hotel
Tel Aviv hotel The Vera celebrates local design
Photography: Assaf Pinchuk courtesy of The Vera Hotel

[Via Dezeen]

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