Minimalist House N in Israel Displaying Intriguing Architecture Details

Minimalist House N in Israel Displaying Intriguing Architecture Details

Sharon Neuman Architects & Oded Stern-Meiraz collaborated in the development of House N, a modern residence located in Yehuda, Israel. Stretching over a surface of 260 square meters, on a lot of 500 square meters, House N stands out due to an interesting architecture detail: a tall brick wall, painted in white, that shelters the building on the street side, ensuring a high level of privacy. A floating deck on the first floor leads the way towards the main entrance, through a long gap in the external wall. The concept for the house was inspired by the work of minimalist artist Walter De Maria entitled Gothic Shaped Drawing and displaying a basic one line two-dimensional shape of a house, almost as if drawn by a child. The interiors are spacious and highly modern-have a look! [Photography by Elad Sarig]

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