Fabric Hotel TLV
Client: Atlas Boutique Hotels
Architect: Messer Architects
Interior Design: Oren Bronstein
Photos: Interior – Assaf Pinchuk | Exterior – Ronny Tubul
The Fabric Hotel in Tel Aviv, formerly a sewing factory which has been converted into a 43-room boutique hotel, combines rough industrial design with colorful, warm art. The facade of the building, which is covered with red silicate bricks, gives the appearance of an old fabric factory and the frames of the windows, made of black steel, appear to stand out from the brick wall due to hidden linear light in a warm and unique color which emphasizes the special material of the silicate.
The hotel lobby is decorated with works of art and welcomes visitors into a young and avant-garde environment suited to the hotel’s laid-back vibe. A wall of graffiti in the urban pop-art style of the artist Senior G sits in the bar on the ground floor, and is illuminated by a band of warmly colored spots, reflecting on the concept wall located behind the reception desk, where collages inspired by the urban space are hung and illuminated by adjustable spot lights, A one-of-a-kind chandelier made of brass pipes and charcoal lamps, adds a dim light which emphasizes the brass cladding of the adjacent wall.