- Hotel, Hospitality
- Tel Aviv, Israel
- Feigin Architects
- Interior Design
- Ara Design
- Etablissement Nahal
- Supply details
- Standard and custom loose items for bedrooms and public areas
The David Kempinski Tel Aviv perfectly interprets the new cosmopolitan and luxurious side of the Jewish city, also recognised as “the New York of the Middle East”. The eightieth opening of the Kempinski group and its first property in Israel, it is the new, exclusive urban refuge overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, a place of refined hospitality and personalised service – an atmosphere that is already perceived when crossing the threshold, through the interior scenography by Ara Design with the collaboration of Poliform.
With 34 floors, the glass skyscraper of the David Kempinski Tel Aviv (designed by Feigin Architects) stands at the centre of the Promenade, housing 250 rooms, including 56 suites culminating in the David Penthouse Suite, a 380sqm penthouse with terrace and private pool. Everything inside the structure has an air of extraordinary refinement, intended for relaxation and leisure: kosher restaurants, the Horizon Lounge on the 22nd floor, a whiskey and cigar lounge bar, and again, an infinity pool, the Pool Bar, the OKOA Spa, up to the Cloud51 club which will be inaugurated in 2023.
This modern, welcoming, comfortable but nevertheless sophisticated dimension has been translated by Poliform Contract into a selection of furnishings that dot the common areas as well as the rooms and suites. For these spaces, Poliform supplied the loose items: the elegant icons of the brand are easily identified, such as the Mad Chair in the lounge areas, the Grace and Ipanema armchairs in the dining destinations, the Jane armchair and the Ilda tables in the suites; while some products have been customised in size, such as the Tribeca and Flute coffee tables that furnish the restaurant areas with personality.