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A design-enthusiast couple, who share their time between Israel and Europe, acquired a 200-m2 apartment in Kiryat Ono, a satellite town of Tel Aviv.
Project name
2R Penthouse
Architecture firm
Erez Shani Architecture
Location
Kiryat Ono, Tel Aviv District, Israel
Photography
Tal Nisim
One floor house for a family of four. The design challenges once again the aesthetics, simplicity and directness of bare materials and bare intentions, questioning scale and proportion relatively to the street without losing the sense of space and optimum use of daylight and views of the garden and landscape from the inside.
Project name
Bare House by the Fields
Architecture firm
Jacobs-Yaniv Architects
Location
Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel
Photography
Amit Geron
The Duplex apartment is an "up-side down" layout. The Lower and entrance floor, consists of three bedroom suites , whereas the Master Suite is designed to have the ability to transform into a loft like open space which connects to the entrance hall/family room. 
Project name
Bat Galim Duplex
Architecture firm
Erez Shani Architecture
Location
Haifa, Israel
Photography
Tal Nisim
Rooted Home is a 2 story apartment for a family of 6. A root evolves under ground, and functions as an anchor. Roots are the organs of a plant that are modified to provide anchorage for the plant and take in water and nutrients into the plant body, which allows plants to grow taller and faster.
Project name
Rooted Home
Architecture firm
Jacobs-Yaniv Architects
Location
Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel
Photography
Amit Geron
The villa was planned for a young family who lived in an outdated house on an elongated plot in Kfar Shmaryahu. As the family was expanding, it needed a new residence to meet their needs and wanted to maximize the advantages of the 1250-sqm-plot.
Project name
Villa Roz
Architecture firm
Erez Shani Architecture
Location
Kfar Shmaryahu, Tel Aviv District, Israel
Photography
Amit Geron
In planning lodgings for physically disabled people, nothing is “standard” or obvious. Every detail, big or small, must be adapted to the residents’ needs and abilities. The state of Israel has accessibility regulations, but we believe that special adaptation is needed beyond those, for each and every resident’s maximum safety, comfort, and indepen...
Project name
Handicapable – Renovating and designing a historical building (a former weapons cache) for physically disabled residents
Architecture firm
Studio A3
Location
Kibbutz Mizra, Israel
Photography
LUZ Architecture Photography
Our new design and development for a private investor- a beach hotel resort & spa for nudist tourism in the southern beach of the Crete island, where architecture "peels its layers off" , revealing its pure, naked spaces. A radial Resort complex of independent 50sqm villas, with shade skin surfaces, pools, hanging restaurants, overlooking the infin...
Project name
Nudist Beach Resort & Spa, Crete
Architecture firm
Moshe Katz Architect
Location
Diskos Beach, South Crete Island
Tools used
AutoCAD, Rhinoceros 3D, Autodesk 3ds Max, Adobe Photoshop
There are some projects that no matter what, even if you are 8 months pregnant, in the middle of August, with a 3-year-old daughter, you just can't say "NO" to them. Even though I was due to have another baby right before the end of this project, I just couldn't refuse. Right from the beginning I realized we are very close neighbors. How close? onl...
Project name
BVL16
Architecture firm
WE Architects
Location
Bavli, Tel Aviv, Israel
Photography
Itay Benit