Afeka House by Pitsou Kedem Architecture

Posted on August 21st, 2013 by

Afeka House is a minimalist house located in Tel Aviv, Israel, designed by Pitsou Kedem Architecture. The home is a rectilinear volume with a mostly horizontal framework, and various openings that allow an abundant amount of light to reach the interior. The main floor reveals an expansive glass door wall that retracts to allow the living room to open up into the private yard and pool. Delving further into the space, the architects decided to put large vertical strips of windows as well as linear skylights to illuminate essential features such as the stairwell. (1)

Name: Afeka House

Designer: Pitsou Kedem Architecture

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Year: 2011

Afeka House is a minimalist house located in Tel Aviv, Israel, designed by Pitsou Kedem Architecture. The home is a rectilinear volume with a mostly horizontal framework, and various openings that allow an abundant amount of light to reach the interior. The main floor reveals an expansive glass door wall that retracts to allow the living room to open up into the private yard and pool. Delving further into the space, the architects decided to put large vertical strips of windows as well as linear skylights to illuminate essential features such as the stairwell.

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