We at Freshome love modern clean structures that don’t go shy on using glass, but the Herzelia Pituah House 3 is taking things to a whole new level by adding a tinge of minimal. Designed by the creative folks from Pitsou Kedem Architects, the concrete house is located in Tel Aviv, Israel. Delightfully minimalist and quite deliciously linear, we’ve been charmed by the bare concrete, and the amazing mix of wood, glass and metal. Fourth place in the buildings category in the Project of the Year Competition organized by Architecture of Israel Quarterly, that’s a great example of poetic architecture. Brilliant!