Bart’s architecture brings together two local styles – the acclaimed International style, as well as the more functional “shikunim” style characteristic of Ramat Aviv HaYeruka. These original “shikunim” buildings had large open spaces between them, and were typically built with windows facing east and west to allow for cross-ventilation from sea breezes. Bart’s façades were designed specifically to blend in with the surrounding neighborhood, using traditional International style elements like white plaster, ribbon windows, large openings allowing natural light and air flow, and a flexible design.
Architects – Bar Orian Architects Since 1990, we have established a position as a leading company specializing in buildings for residence in the Tel Aviv and Jaffa area. In a series of projects, from preservation, expansion and tower planning to the layering of new elements on existing construction, we have left our mark on the city’s landscape, while always following our deep respect for the city’s old cultural sites, with the passion to inject new life into them with modern aesthetics.
Interior Design – Levin-Packer Architects The interior design of the Bart buildings’ lobbies bears the distinctive architectural signature of Rona Levin and Ruth Packer, founding partners of Levin-Packer Architects. The firm specializes in the interior design of public and residential buildings, hotels, offices, private homes, luxury apartments, and lobbies. Their projects include the WeWork offices on Tel Aviv’s Dubnov Street, the Daniel Rowing Center on the banks of the Yarkon River, and Mamilla Hotel in Jerusalem.