A Kibutz Home | Galia Hais Golan

A house that fulfills dreams, inviting and open to the outside warm and stylish from the inside Mishmar Hasharon / Israel

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5 people, lived for several years in a small kibbutz apartment and dreamed of a family home that would reflecttheir love of cooking and hospitality, an open and happy house that would invite family and friends to it


Semi-detached two-story house with an area of 160 m²


Located in the center of the kibbutz was built on the natural topography without excavation and without soil fillings taking into account the paths of the kibbutz and the existing neighborhood


The house was built using an advanced green building method that included a thin-walled steel skeleton and multi-layered walls with improved insulation, natural earth plaster cladding and breathable ecological and anti-allergenic wall colors.


Great importance was given to the openings and for this purpose, windows and doors made of meranti wood with double glass were chosen to complete the thermal and acoustic insulation of the entire house.


This method of construction made it possible to build the house in just 6 months from the rise to the delivery. 


Thought


It all started with a pink coffee machine...


The design of the house began with consideration of the small details, the new coffee machine and the owner's collection of olive oils and the family piano that accompanied the landlady from childhood. Everything has a place in the planning of the space and interior design.


A pair of "grandma" glass doors in black iron forgings opposite the entrance create a separate service area for the guest toilet for storage cabinets and a safe room that serves as an office and guest room.


A separate area on the ground floor for the children's and bath rooms with a private exit to the back garden and a service balcony.


A separate master bedroom on the second floor with a shower and a private sun terrace, on the way to it you pass through a wide podset of stairs with a large window that also serves as an intimate and pleasant seating area overlooking from the height to the interior of the house and the view outside.


A furniture unit of open shelves up to the ceiling was designed at the entrance as a useful partition on both sides, on which the coffee machine was also placed.


 


Interior Design


The interior design was an integral part of the architectural design and was done by the architect in collaboration with a master carpenter and a metalworker.


All the carpentry details have been designed in full accordance with the space of the house and the requirements of the homeowners in order to make the most of the storage and work space possible


The kitchen was designed and planned in detail down to the level of the owner's unique spice drawer


The fan of colors chosen in natural shades and a delicate combination of pinks woven throughout the house: in the wall plaster, the tiles in the kitchen, the sink in the guest bathroom and even in the living room armchairs


Home visit


Ascending from the street by wide wooden stairs to a wooden porch that surrounds the house on both sides of the public


A small foyer paved with colorful tiles and a restored antique wooden door brings us into the entrance space from which the house is divided into the public area and the private area.


The public area is spacious and inviting with a double space that reveals the sloping roof covered in white painted wood supported by dark hardwood beams that crisscross the space.


As part of the culture of food and hospitality, we chose to place a wide island in the center of the house that allows seating around it for the family's daily meals.


In front of it is a library wall that combines a computer corner and a place of honor for the family piano.


Wide glass doors with wooden lintels on both sides of the space open to the deck surrounded by a natural garden that looks like it has always been there.


 


 


Architecture: Hais Golan Architects.


Contractor: Aric klapper


Construction supervision: Ronen Shlomo


Cinematography: Shai Gil


Steel construction B-TEK


Terrazzo tiles and more – Inbal Tiles


Sanitary ware - Halamish


Artist's Carpentry - Shamal


Bassem


Locksmith - Daniel Ezra


Interior Doors - Hakshourian


Two antique wooden doors from dismantling renovated by Jum'ah from Jaffa


Ceramic lamp above the dining table – a saga


Curtains - Lilach Zamir


Vintage furniture and accessories-fibers


Additional lighting fixtures in the house - Assaf Weinbrom


Aluminum – Galron Aluminum


Wooden windows –HAIS windows&doors


 


 


 


 


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    5 people, lived for several years in a small kibbutz apartment and dreamed of a family home that would reflecttheir love of cooking and hospitality, an open and happy house that would invite family and friends to it Semi-detached two-story house with an area of 160 m² Located in the center of the kibbutz was built on the natural topography without excavation and without soil fillings taking into account the paths of the kibbutz and the existing neighborhood The house was built using an...

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