Interior Architect and designer, studied at Shenkar collage, (B.A textile design 1992), and Berchem academie – beeldende kunsten in Antwerpen Belgium Interior architecture and
design. In her work Michal strives to create aesthetics that will serve the man living in it, while considering the surroundings and emphasizing functionality. She believes in Fuss free interior and craftsmanship. A sense of luxury derives itself from the quality of the elements and the material’s integrity. 20 years of living in Europe granted her wide and updated and acquaintance with international styles and traditions. Michal has backgrounds in contemporary art and is able to assist and consult in integrating art pieces into the home.
Interior architecture and general concept: Michal Keinan Sinai – Interior Architect
Architecture: Paz Gersh Architecture – Zvi Gersh
Photography: Amit Geron
The house is designed to integrate the interiors with the exteriors surrounding it. An emphasis is placed on using typical Israeli elements such as white cubic Bauhaus style, terrazzo floorings, and natural light pouring in through large windows. The choice of furniture and materials reveal a deep understanding of today’s contemporary international scene, and fine tuning in placing them together ,creating an on-going interaction between them.
A roof garden with steel containers serving as designed objects, was meticulously planned by Michal Keinan Sinai to be seen from the inside. Outdoors elements such as wood, cactus are being repeated and echoed throughout the house, reflecting on the relationship exterior- interior.
Ramat Hasharon Privet resident
A complete tear down and heightening of the vitrine transformed a dark and claustrophobic parents unit facing a neglected terrace, into an open, bright space. The Terrace included as part of the interiors, and a shower area facing the outdoors.
Tel-Aviv high-rise apartment
Apt S 160 sq.m on a high-rise in Tel-Aviv
This small apartment was designed for a couple who wanted to put emphasis on color and art. According to the couples needs, was the old interior torn down, leaving an empty space ready for a new plan and division.
photography: Oded Smadar
High-Rise Apartment in Tel Aviv
170 sq.m Apartment, designed for a couple who’s children left the home.
The challenge was to make a fresh modern start, but still keep the intellectual character of its owners present.
This was achieved by keeping a color pallet that matches the urban/sea/skyline that contrasts the white clean frame of the space.
Several made to measure carpentry items i.e The library, the kitchen table, the bedroom drawers unit’ etc.. were planned to warm up modern cold space.
Photography: Oded Smadar
160 sq.m in Te-l Aviv
This project was intended for a couple who left a family home in a rural environment for a sleek city apartment in a high rise in Tel-Aviv. My Challenge here was to incorporate the couples eclectic character and taste into a modern look that suits their new environment and city experience.
Private residence Hod Hasharon
Antwerp Diamond office
Low budget complete transformation from a dark 6 chambers office to an open space, loft-like dynamic office that still manages to define different zones designated for different purposes.