Studio Tali Gotthilf Upbeat Design High-Tech Office Premises
Upbeat Design High-Tech Office Premises is Bronze Design Award winner in 2019 - 2020 Interior Space and Exhibition Design Award Category.
Upbeat Design High-Tech Office Premises

This space designed for a company manufacturing items for private and/or military market, combining hi and low-tech technology. Raw construction materials and elements were chosen for an industrial design theme, since the office level overlooks the manufacturing area. Office is divided into an open space teamwork area with private rooms designated for management, conference meetings, display center and assembly room. The facade in the main space is made of glass partitions designed with individualized graphics. Design language includes exposed ceiling and concrete floor. The aim was to build a

Upbeat Design High-Tech Office Premises
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Studio Tali Gotthilf High-Tech Office Premises
Studio Tali Gotthilf design
Studio Tali Gotthilf design
Studio Tali Gotthilf

Tali Gotthilf Interior designer Holds a B. Design degree from the Holon Technological Institute HIT. Since founding her studio in 1991, she gained vast experience designing various projects, many of which were published in professional literature as well as in the popular media.

Studio Tali Gotthilf

A boutique interior design ‘one stop shop’ studio, that specializes in creating an updated and innovative experience for customers and employees in commercial, office and retail environment. In her work for commercial clients, Tali pays a lot of attention to aesthetics and to the overall experience of space. She is a great believer in “human scale design” that centers on maximizing the accessibility, convenience and the feel-good factor of people using the space. For over two decades Tali Gotthilf plan and create custom projects for commercial and private clients. She regards people as the number one resource of each space, be it visitors, customers or workers, and therefore also the focal point of the design. “Good design should serve the people who use it”, she says, “and not the other way around. Colors, furniture, light tricks and clever ergonomics convey the whole sensual experience. The depth and strength in design is derived from the fact that there is no one formula you can call “beautiful”. Endless possibilities and combinations creating the fascinating complexity”.