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Distinctive among luxury boutique hotels in dynamic Tel Aviv, the White Villa is a new peaceful hideaway in the heart of the White City that blends luxury urban sophistication with an old-world charm. Set in a 1940’s Le Corbusier inspired house, this thoughtfully restored White Villa has preserved its intimacy of the private residence it once was and offers guests an authentic Tel Aviv experience with exemplary hands-on service.

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Story Of a Building

This exquisite mansion was built in 1948 by architect Shmuel Barkai for the Silberstein family. Barkai who worked for and was greatly influenced by the famed architect, Le Corbusier, designed this International style White Villa as an urban dwelling which became a unique asset in the Tel Aviv urban scenery. The originally two-story house was designed with an elegant grand foyer and a spacious balcony facing the street. The interior was tailored to provide functionality along with great attention to details. The ground floor was designated for the service personnel while the upper floor for the family members. The west-facing day rooms and the east-facing bedrooms were uniquely characterized and designed to provide an ample living space for the entire 12-member family. Today, the former Silberstein mansion is still considered a rare architectural icon in the heart of Tel Aviv.

This exquisite mansion was built in 1948 by architect Shmuel Barkai for the Silberstein family. Barkai who worked for and was greatly influenced by the famed architect, Le Corbusier, designed this International style White Villa as an urban dwelling which became a unique asset in the Tel Aviv urban scenery. The originally two-story house was designed with an elegant grand foyer and a spacious balcony facing the street. The interior was tailored to provide functionality along with great attention to details. The ground floor was designated for the service personnel while the upper floor for the family members. The west-facing day rooms and the east-facing bedrooms were uniquely characterized and designed to provide an ample living space for the entire 12-member family. Today, the former Silberstein mansion is still considered a rare architectural icon in the heart of Tel Aviv.

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STEFANO DORATA

Set in a 1940’s Le Corbusier inspired house, this lovingly restored White Villa, designed by architect and designer Stefano Dorata, has preserved its intimacy of the private residence it once was by thoughtfully conserving architectural features of the original building.
Stefano Dorata has mastered the art of design by being intuitive and functional, while being detail refined at the same time. All elements in Dorata’s work were carefully picked and placed in their most suitable purpose, look and place.
Dorata’s projects are a perfect mixture between tradition, culture and modern functionality, leading to an imaginary journey of artistry, beauty and style.
Published in books and magazines worldwide, Dorata’s designs are one-off artifacts, the balance synthesis of a strong creative impulse and careful attention to client’s needs and desires.

Stefano Dorota Set in a 1940’s Le Corbusier inspired house, this lovingly restored White Villa, designed by architect and designer Stefano Dorata, has preserved its intimacy of the private residence it once was by thoughtfully conserving architectural features of the original building. Stefano Dorata has mastered the art of design by being intuitive and functional, while being detail refined at the same time. All elements in Dorata’s work were carefully picked and placed in their most suitable purpose, look and place. Dorata’s projects are a perfect mixture between tradition, culture and modern functionality, leading to an imaginary journey of artistry, beauty and style. Published in books and magazines worldwide, Dorata’s designs are one-off artifacts, the balance synthesis of a strong creative impulse and careful attention to client’s needs and desires.

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