House of 400 m2 located on a plot of 400 m2 in a quiet area of Herzliya Pituah, a few steps from the beach.
The facade facing the street is modest, the arched roof is typical of the residential construction of the city and the diagonal entrance path rises on the sides and camouflages the interior of the house from the street level. The front door is a large spindle door in bright white. At the entrance, a space has been gradually opened on the courtyard and pool, but it is also able to remain intimate and family thanks to careful planning and a commitment to minimalism.
On the ground floor are the guest areas, including a living room with double height ceilings accompanied by two glass facades. The black metal floating stairs are complemented by glass facades that allow you to see the courtyard and the pool. On this floor there is also a kitchen with a hidden utility room.
The mezzanine consists of three children’s rooms and a bathroom.
The corridor is connected by an internal balcony overlooking the public area.
At the last floor:
The concave roof of the building serves to create the parents’ bedroom on one side, a bathroom hidden behind a wooden partition and on the other a private roof terrace.
Two additional bedrooms, two bathrooms and a home theater.
Design: architect Rachel Scheinfeld in collaboration with architect Raz Melamed
Style: architect Raz Melamed with architect Omer Danan