House Kibuts: the austerity of lines

October 29, 2012 Comments Off on House Kibuts: the austerity of lines



The house is built in Israel. It has about 190m2 on two floors, within a quite simple volume, a rectangular box. This building has has strict lines, but the interior brings what can be expected by a contemporary home.
The structure is concrete, but the exterior finish is made with bricks. The entrance is framed by a porch consisting of concrete slabs. The ground floor is almost like a loft, consisting of kitchen, dining room, and living room. This is what we see when we enter the house, but we are also particularly attracted by the wooden staircase that goes up to the bedrooms, and a door leading to a bathroom, laundry room and a study.
The upper floor has two bedrooms. The floor has hardwood tiles, while the ground floor is polished with concrete texture. The splashes of color brought into the bedroom and the kitchen are elegant and playful.

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