The original property was built in 1913 in Tel Aviv’s first neighborhood.
Hailing from Belgium, interior designer Yael Siso is known for upscale residential interior design, incorporating European elegance and influence into her projects in Israel and abroad.
Through Siso’s signature finesse, she has created a home-away-from-home feeling to ensure the uppermost comfort and ease for every guest staying at The Levee. Loft-like interiors and industrial elements run through each apartment, merging the buildings rich history with contemporary, urban design.
The walls and ceilings have been stripped back, exposing the untreated cement and in some places, pieces of seashells can be seen buried in the original 100-year-old concrete which was made from sand sourced from the Tel Aviv shores.
With a natural and raw theme, Siso chose warm, wooden flooring to accompany the organic walls, illustrating texture and color in its authentic form. To balance this, minimalist lighting was selected to contour the apartment lines, accentuating its geometric shapes.
Divided into eight unique units, each space has unique features, furnished with plush pieces from international designers including Minotti, Molteni, Cassina, Moroso, Paola Lenti, Baxter, Bonaldo, Moooi, Kristalia, Saba Italia, Linie Design and Nani Marquina.