Architect Pitsou Kedem and his studio designed an incredible pavilion-like house 20 kilometres from Tel-Aviv, cladding it in stone and beautiful woodwork.
The house that is characteristically heavy on glass inclusions stands protected from privy eyes with grey stone and fence. Inside the fence walls, however, there are picturesque trees that can be seen from almost any corner of the house.
The house has a structure of a multilevel pavilion, where the lower area is more spacious but the upper levels also feature the glass walls.
As if paying tribute to the original building, there is an exercise pavilion in the courtyard, overlooking the lap swimming pool through its glazed walls.
Interiors are as sleek as the structure itself, playing with the various number of straight vertical lines that characterize the entire project.
It must be a real treat to walk from room to room undisturbed by excessive furnishings or ample landscaped greenery outside. The whole area including the man-made structures seems serene and inspiring.