A Family Industrial Home In Israel
This home was designed by Neuman Hayner, for a household of 4. Two cubes separated by a passage mix into an “L” formed home. The entrance dice, of double peak house, holds the general public areas: entrance, lounge, kitchen, eating room (all on the bottom ground) and a research on the primary ground. The passage, four meters broad, continues the patio, which is the middle of the home, and separates the general public wing and the non-public wing. The rear dice, (the non-public wing) has three flooring: The bottom ground holds a lounge, two kids rooms, a laundry room and a company w.c. The 1st ground holds the main bedroom, and a bridge passage to the library (on the entrance dice). The basement is nicely lightened and ventilated by a big patio, and holds a visitor’s room, a protected room, and a storage room.
The bridge “casts a shadow” on the bottom ground, enhanced by a 120 cm broad concrete strip. The kitchen island aligns accordingly. The bridge consists of white pine wooden, and continues as a strip into the main bedroom and the adjoining open lavatory, with concrete flooring on either side. The tree barks cowl the entrance yard, are additionally used within the passage and improve the concrete strip. The swimming pool is roofed by marblite and flows right into a waterfall in direction of the bamboo bushes. Dry bamboo is used as railings and out of doors partitions. The home consists of many hanged objects, like swings, in addition to out of doors sittings and a mattress within the kids rooms.
Design Staff: Sharon Neuman, Hila Tzur
Pictures: Amit Gosher
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