Tel Aviv has a new hotel in one of the trendiest areas of the city on Nahalat Binyamin Street. The 43-room Fabric Hotel was converted from a former sewing factory, with elements of its former life inspiring the new design.
Local hospitality design firm Oren Bronstein worked to combine a rugged, industrial vibe with a warm vintage feel. Breaking the barrier between old and new are the Belgian-styled, transparent glass and black metal front doors to the hotel. Outside, a hidden courtyard is surrounded by greenery and concrete walls. Meanwhile, the roof of the hotel features a hydroponic garden and surrounding views of the Tel Aviv landscape.
The ground floor houses the hotel’s bar, the Bushwick. Named after the New York neighborhood, the bar is open all day as an artisanal café in the morning and a cocktail bar at night.
Atlas also tapped two Tel Aviv artists, Gidi Gilam and Jennifer Absira, to help bring the hotel to life. Their contemporary work can be seen throughout the property’s public spaces and guestrooms.