Pivko unveils Bauhaus ‘homage’ in Tel Aviv

Ilan Pivko’s Bauhaus-inspired Port Tel Aviv hotel and apartment complex

Architect’s hotel and apartment complex channels cubism via Dessau

Israeli architect Ilan Pivko has unveiled plans for a 10-floor hotel and apartment complex described as being an homage to Tel Aviv’s Bauhaus legacy.

The Port Tel Aviv project features a 44-room boutique hotel on its first and second floors, with 41 apartments on its upper storeys. Its two penthouse flats feature rooftop decks and private swimming pools.

Pivko said that in addition to reflecting the heritage of the city’s 4,000 Bauhaus buildings, which date back to the 1930s and earnt Tel Aviv the nickname “the White City”, the project was also influenced by the work of cubist artists Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque.

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