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Peri-Davidovich Architects unveil striking showroom showcasing Dekton

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Founded by Hanan Peri and Shalom Davidovich in 1988, Peri-Davidovich Architects is one of the largest architecture and design firms in Israel. Their work ranges from private residences to high-rise buildings, offices and shopping malls in Israel, Europe and Africa.

Cosentino Israel experts recently completed work on Hyundai’s ambitious new showroom, which covers 14,000 square feet of floor space. The Hyundai showroom adds to Cosentino Israel’s growing portfolio of automobile showrooms, joining existing spaces for Mazda, Ford and Mercedes.

Under the guidance of Peri-Davidovich Architects, the showroom floor was covered in a half-inch of thick Dekton Sirocco panels. The decision to go with Dekton came naturally to the architects due to the perfect blend of high aesthetic value and first-class technical performance (including extreme durability), while still being easy to maintain.

Cosentino Israel was tasked with surfacing the showroom floor through an original, custom creation that would create as little residue as possible. With its clean lines, the hexagonal design chosen radiates inner strength. Each hexagon was comprised of 12 tiles in varying shapes.

To accommodate Hyundai’s more luxurious models, the architects sought to create a gorgeous tableau of hexagons. They chose Dekton Sirocco and Dekton Domoos tiles for the general pattern. The hexagons were highlighted with grouting using an aluminum strip, adding to the pattern’s sleek aesthetic. 

About Peri-Davidovich Architects

Peri-Davidovich Architects was established in Tel-Aviv, Israel in 1988 by Hanan Peri and Shalom Davidovich and is today one of the leading architecture and design firms in Israel.  The practice, comprised of 15 architects and designers and takes part in a wide range of public, private and commercial projects throughout Israel, Europe, and Africa. 

Their work ranges from private residences and apartments to high-rise buildings, offices, and commercial spaces and covers all aspects of the design process – including architectural design and interior design. 

Their design philosophy strives to create environments that are tailored to specific programs and contexts while maintaining a high level of functionality and aesthetics. This is realized through a flexible approach, innovative thinking, ongoing research, experimentation with new materials and systems and meticulous planning and detailing. A constant dialogue with our clients and users provide the framework for a fruitful, original and exciting design process.

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