Their unique use of cork on the back wall together with their white epoxy floor and clothing rails provide an interesting stage to present this international brand’s colourful basics. The contrast works well and makes you want to pick out the shade you’re missing.
Madia Jewelry Store
Walking past the store, the incredible black metal ‘chandelier’ hanging over the concrete and glass display lures you right in, even if just to browse. The exclusive and contemporary design of this high-end jewellery store provides a modern yet welcoming feel, while the minimalist black lighting highlights the gold and diamond pieces on display.
One thing’s for sure, Cafeteria looks nothing like its name suggests. Pink velvet armchairs, marble tables and brass fittings make this new eatery in the mall feel like the perfect place to sit down and relax for a while if your feet are hurting from all the shopping!
The design of this fashion mall branch of the successful Israeli fashion designer’s store is totally in line with her monochrome aesthetic philosophy. As with the clothes featured in the store, the walls are adorned with various materials used to accessorize her fashion items.
What more can a girl want than shelves of shoes and bags neatly organized in this long narrow store? Industrial lighting and rustic wood materials are used to display the quality imported items on offer in the TLV Fashion Mall branch of this local chain of shoe shops.
The elegant Scandinavian brand by H&M just opened their first store in Israel, and where else than in the Tel Aviv Fashion Mall? Much like the brand’s other flagship stores around the world, the design almost screams Scandi minimalist.
Israel’s high-end brand chain has spread out over several spaces in the mall, each with an exclusive minimalist design, which evokes quality. Wood floors and plenty of space make the luxury brands featured in this store the main focus.