Fabric is located in a building that was formerly used as a sewing factory and has now been transformed into the 43-room hotel. Breaking the barrier between old and new are the Belgian-styled transparent glass and black metal front doors. This eclecticism is expressed not only in the interior, but also in a hidden courtyard surrounded by greenery and concrete walls, and on the roof of the hotel, with a hydroponic garden and the mesmerizing view of the Televivian landscape. The interior design, credited to Oren Bronstein, offers a rugged, industrial appearance on one hand, but also creates a warm ambiance with a vintage touch on the other. On the ground floor lies Bushwick, the “all day bar – from coffee till cocktail.” Teaming up for the first time, Atlas Hotels and the Imperial Cocktail Bar group have transported Brooklyn’s influences to Tel Aviv – from the artisanal café vibe in the morning to a lively cocktail bar at night.