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Craft & Bloom Cooks Up a Minimalist Restaurant Called Opa in Tel Aviv

In the kitchen, stainless-steel shelving hangs above a quartz-topped counter integrating oak storage. Photography by Yoav Gurin.

An oak doorknob and custom logo greet guests. Photography by Yoav Gurin.

The dining space’s chairs and oak and powder-coated-steel tables, both from Pick Up, rest on a peach-tinted concrete floor. Photography by Yoav Gurin.

Whitewashed natural plaster forms an intriguing patina across the otherwise unfinished walls. Photography by Yoav Gurin.

The indoor patio’s floor is tiled in local Hebron stone, cut just a few miles from the restaurant. Photography by Yoav Gurin.

Eucalyptus branches wind around the patio’s string lights. Photography by Yoav Gurin.

The bathroom’s pendant, sink fittings, and downlights are by Dori Kimhi. Photography by Yoav Gurin.

A craftsman based in Jaffa, Israel, created the artful pendants. Photography by Yoav Gurin.

The team scored acoustic panels to create an ersatz wood-plank ceiling.Photography by Yoav Gurin.

A glass storefront with LED strips forms the entrance. Photography by Yoav Gurin.

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