Suspended Architectural Design Connecting Indoor/Outdoor Spaces
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Suspended Architectural Design Connecting Indoor/Outdoor Spaces

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Freshome is always on the lookout for extraordinary projects and the G House in Ramat HaSharon, Israel, is definitely one of them. The contemporary residence seems to be set half inside, half outside, seamlessly connecting social spaces to the exterior garden. Floating above the green grass and featuring a line of pebbles that appear like a shadow under the construction, the modern home is part of Paz Gersh Architects‘ portfolio. This incredible seamless connection between indoors and outdoors was possible due to the large sliding doors and windows that unite the suspended balcony to the main residential zones – living room, dining room  and kitchen. Guarded by trees, the wooden front entrance leads to the simply fascinating double-height living space capturing natural light through clerestory windows. A mezzanine level with glass railings opens to the social spaces below, creating another strong connection between spaces, proving that this is the residence’s defining feature.

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