| Location: Kfar Shmaryahu, Israel | Category: New built – Private home | Size: 650SQM | Status: Completed 1998
The brief of the clients was simple: total privacy and a 25-meter long pool. Defined by two asymmetrical concrete masses; one the principle home, the other an artist studio, the street facade of the building reveals little of what exists within. The fair-faced concrete walls are a play of subtle plains, a reflection of the OSB that was used to make the shuttering. The site had a rather odd shape; narrow towards the street and widening as the 1,200 square meter plot stretched to the north. This enabled us to place the two masses at an angle, thereby enlarging the inner garden and widening the view and the perspective.
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