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Pitsou Kedem Architects

Pitsou Kedem Architects was founded in 2000 and now consists of 11 architects. The studio design covers a wide range of projects with a wide range of complexity. From the interior design of restaurants, shops and living spaces to the design of private homes.   

Pitsou Kedem founded the studio after graduating from the British Institute of Building Union. Influenced by the concept of modernist architect Mies van der Rohe. The studio's design language and concepts are based on modernist styles. His work covers the values ​​and principles of the times and the design philosophy of the modernist movement.     

In its infancy, the studio participated in an ongoing dialogue with the basic principles of minimalism: reduction and moderation, providing clean lines for each element, separating structural materials into part of the process, designed to avoid insignificant decorations, to emphasize Refine the space and find the essence of space.     

Pitsou Kedem has a strong architectural concept that seeks absolute truth and pursues the purity of form and shape for a comfortable and serene space.     

This constant pursuit of simplicity leads to complex and precise elements, which in turn contribute to the uniqueness of its design. Most projects are characterized by simple geometric, rectangular and repetitive shapes, giving the structure and space precise and interconnected appearance. Different from the traditional Israeli architectural style, Pitsou's design is good at creating a light, soft atmosphere in pure white, grey and black.    

Over the past few years, studios have been looking for new materials and adopting newer methods to enable them to enter new areas beyond recognition and boundaries. The combination of different materials, different architectural and design languages, and even different design schools has created an amazing visual experience in many projects.   

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    Design Works

    • MA House

      Pitsou Kedem Architects principal idea was to create a layered building design. An aluminum wall was designed for the entire facade to form a kind of perforated outer envelope.
    • AK House

      Located in Tel Aviv, Israel, this 1100m luxury villa was designed by local architecture studio Pitsou Kedem Architects. This corner house is located at the meeting point of a pair of roads where it reveals an intriguing entrance facade.
    • V Penthouse

      Penthouse is a luxury apartment located in Tel Aviv, Israel, Area 240 square meters designed in 2021 by Pitsou Kedem Architects.
    • MDF Italia Showroom

      A furniture exhibition hall, MDF, in Mariano, Como province, Italy, was curated by Israeli architect Pitsou Kedem.
    • AD Penthouse

      Most of the projects of Pitsou Kedem Architects re characterized by a contrast between simple and clean masses, with the main reference to light and movement.
    • JLB House

      Pitsou Kedem has a strong architectural philosophy that strives for absolute truth and purity in form and shape to achieve a sense of comfort and tranquility in space.
    • K Apartment

      Pitsou Kedem has a strong architectural philosophy that strives for absolute truth and purity in form and shape to achieve a sense of comfort and tranquility in space.
    • GA Penthouse

      A penthouse apartment in Tel Aviv with a built-up area of 375 sqm, terraces extending over 130 sqm and a 150 sqm roof.
    • Split House in Israel

      Externally, the form of the house is a white-plastered box, with four-metre-deep reveals forming long terrace spaces.
    • Pitaro Showroom

      Established by artisan Moshe Pitaro in 1962, and run by his daughter and son-in-law, Pitaro has been one of Israel's leading office furniture importers for over 50 years.
    • N2 House

      Seven states of passage are set between the main gate and the back yard of this house. The first passage is under a grate lattice that floats above the entrance. To its left is a massive concrete wall that hangs above a dark reflection pool and hides the house interior.
    • Corfu House

      The architects undertook to design a holiday home, location, size and construction, classify it as a dream house. 
    • F House

      The Pharaohs in Ancient Egypt, influenced by the Nile which flows in linear manner, designed their temples as a voluminous physical experience. Western modern architecture sought to break free of its propaganda-based foundations and serve as a reflection of the values of a society, its culture, and its technological capabilities.