The Norman Hotel is a minimalist boutique hotel in Tel Aviv, Israel. It was designed by Yoav Messer and designed by SAGRADA. The project is a transformation of two historic buildings that combine their Bauhaus-inspired original architecture from the 1920s with modern furnishings and furniture.
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The designers created a space inspired by the vision of bringing artists and craftsmen together. SAGRADA carefully observed the colloquial language of the building and retained the style that was ascribed to the Bauhaus aesthetic.
With the combination of tailor-made furniture and handcrafted elements, the room conveys a feeling of sophisticated luxury and subtle nostalgia. The hotel has a total of 30 rooms and 20 suites as well as two penthouse suites. Most notable is the hotel’s signature rooftop restaurant, Alena, which highlights Tel Aviv’s diverse gastronomy and offers some of the best dishes in the world, from street food to fine dining.
Norman Hotel Photos
Photography by Sivan Askayo.