A Former Sponge Factory on the Greek Island of Symi is Transformed into LOS bistro

On the Greek Island of Symi which is part of the Dodecanese island chain, located about 41 kilometres (25 miles) north-northwest of Rhodes, is LOS - Lobster, Oyster, Sushi -, a new bistro bar and art gallery designed by New York based interior designer Yannos Vrousgos and his team at the Input Creative Studio. And LOS sits like a new jewel in Symi harbour’s already stunning crown.

Housed in an old sponge factory that was once home to a merchant who made the first sponge diving equipmentLOS’ setting is one of beauty and intrigue, evident from the moment one dives in to be welcomed into an atmosphere as tranquil as the ocean. Although its exterior is awash with a traditional palette typical to the island, the addition of modern signage indicates that there are many wonders to discover in a design that references this magical island’s history and culture whilst adding something fresh and complimentary to the mix.

via: yatzer

ECLECTIC DECOR, TEL AVIV
Abushdid, a new lounge restaurant located in a historical building on 16 Levontin Street, Tel Aviv, was designed by curators and owners of Design Space, Emmy Shahar and Salome Fakiel. Before its conversion into a modern lounge, Abushdid was once the home to Lea Abushdid and her husband, Itamar Ben Avi, who was the son of Eliezer Ben Yehuda, as well as the chief editor and journalist of Doar HaYom.
The story between the power couple started at 16 Levonton Street, in the 1920′s and was the starting point and inspiration to Emmy Shahar and Salome Fakiel.
inspiration via yealengelhart.telavivian.com
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ECLECTIC DECOR, TEL AVIV
Abushdid, a new lounge restaurant located in a historical building on 16 Levontin Street, Tel Aviv, was designed by curators and owners of Design Space, Emmy Shahar and Salome Fakiel. Before its conversion into a modern lounge, Abushdid was once the home to Lea Abushdid and her husband, Itamar Ben Avi, who was the son of Eliezer Ben Yehuda, as well as the chief editor and journalist of Doar HaYom.
The story between the power couple started at 16 Levonton Street, in the 1920′s and was the starting point and inspiration to Emmy Shahar and Salome Fakiel.
inspiration via yealengelhart.telavivian.com
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ECLECTIC DECOR, TEL AVIV
Abushdid, a new lounge restaurant located in a historical building on 16 Levontin Street, Tel Aviv, was designed by curators and owners of Design Space, Emmy Shahar and Salome Fakiel. Before its conversion into a modern lounge, Abushdid was once the home to Lea Abushdid and her husband, Itamar Ben Avi, who was the son of Eliezer Ben Yehuda, as well as the chief editor and journalist of Doar HaYom.
The story between the power couple started at 16 Levonton Street, in the 1920′s and was the starting point and inspiration to Emmy Shahar and Salome Fakiel.
inspiration via yealengelhart.telavivian.com
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ECLECTIC DECOR, TEL AVIV

Abushdid, a new lounge restaurant located in a historical building on 16 Levontin Street, Tel Aviv, was designed by curators and owners of Design Space, Emmy Shahar and Salome Fakiel. Before its conversion into a modern lounge, Abushdid was once the home to Lea Abushdid and her husband, Itamar Ben Avi, who was the son of Eliezer Ben Yehuda, as well as the chief editor and journalist of Doar HaYom.

The story between the power couple started at 16 Levonton Street, in the 1920′s and was the starting point and inspiration to Emmy Shahar and Salome Fakiel.

inspiration via yealengelhart.telavivian.com

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