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Israeli company Auerbach Halevy Architects designed House J, an unusual concrete residence in a rural a part of central Israel. The giant concrete monolith appears chilly at first sight nevertheless you then uncover the picket lattice that is inlaid inside the facade. You moreover don’t uncover any house home windows on the doorway and sides, making your marvel if it’s truly a residence the least bit.
The exterior is comprised of pre-cast concrete panels that are continued on the within of the house. The coldness of the panels juxtaposed with the warmness of the picket creates a pleasing stability of typical and stylish.
Around once more the home truly opens as a lot as the surface the place it’s additional private.
There’s even a coated pavilion inside the once more to profit from the grassy view.
The dwelling area has the equivalent concrete panels which continues the trendy look inside the inside.
I love how the gray Ligne Roset Togo sofa matches the partitions!
Now THAT is a bookshelf.
Photos by Uzi Porat.