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The Cubist Art-inspired ten-story property designed by Ilan Pivko Architects, is set to create new benchmarks for quality and value in the Israeli real estate market

The Cubist Art-inspired ten-story property designed by Ilan Pivko Architects

Located 50 meters from the Mediterranean seafront, the project is housed within a new architectural icon inspired by the Cubist art of Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. It features 40 luxurious apartment units, along with a full-service 5-star hotel in Tel Aviv’s Namal Port in Israel. The Hagag Group, Israel’s leading residential developer, officially entered the construction phase for its most exciting project to date, which will be delivered in Q4 2022.

The Cubist Art-inspired ten-story property designed by Ilan Pivko Architects

Each floor of Port Tel Aviv features wrap-around recessed private terraces with mosaic-like façades that offer innovative movable brise soleil protection, which can either protect residents from the sun, or be moved aside to allow sunlight to cascade onto the terraces and into the bright and airy living spaces with high ceilings that facilitate unobstructed floor-to-ceiling views. Incorporating the surrounding landscape and seafront into the apartments’ design, each home will be finished and dressed in materials such as glass, steel, marble, and oak, and fitted with state-of-the-art technology.

The Cubist Art-inspired ten-story property designed by Ilan Pivko Architects

In keeping with the artistic Cubist façade of the building, the double-height ground floor lobby will provide an ever-changing collection of artworks and exclusive pieces by contemporary Israeli artists. Floor-to-ceiling windows and full-height glazed doors on the ground level open onto spacious outside timber leisure decks. Amenities will include a gymnasium with a separate exercise studio, a business center with lounge areas, swimming pools, etc. The development is modernist, fusing art and architecture, and environmentally conscious.

The Cubist Art-inspired ten-story property designed by Ilan Pivko Architects

The Tel Aviv Port originally opened on February 23, 1938 and ceased its status as an active port on October 25, 1965. In 2009, it was re-opened after undergoing a complete restoration and now serves as a hub of entertainment and culture while retaining its seafront charm and authenticity, with a classic board-walk style promenade and curving structures.

The Cubist Art-inspired ten-story property designed by Ilan Pivko Architects
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