SP House

Herzliya / Israel / 2015

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The house is designed with flowing elements from floor to ceiling and wall to wall, thus leaving no niche or furniture hanging and harming the continuity and no unnecessary elements harming the sequence.



The colors that were chosen support this principal as well. The monochromatic shades of black Grey and white emphasize the clean and modern lines. For example the material chosen for the entrance hall combine natural oak , an entire wall coated with black glass and gray stone floors.
The combination of accurate materials used for each element contributes to a sense of harmony. For example, the staircase made of wood and iron displays a conflict of forces and elements. The methods of stairs emerging from the wall are detached and highlighted by an element of light creating an illusion of the levitation of the heavy and light mass simultaneously.

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    The house is designed with flowing elements from floor to ceiling and wall to wall, thus leaving no niche or furniture hanging and harming the continuity and no unnecessary elements harming the sequence. The colors that were chosen support this principal as well. The monochromatic shades of black Grey and white emphasize the clean and modern lines. For example the material chosen for the entrance hall combine natural oak , an entire wall coated with black glass and gray stone floors.The...

    Project details
    • Year 2015
    • Work finished in 2015
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Single-family residence / Interior Design
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