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250 square rectangular house

This rectangle-shaped house is located in Tel Aviv, Israel. It was designed by Jacobs-Yaniv Architects in collaboration with structural engineer Doron Toeg and project manager Oren Sadot. The garden was the creation of Itamar Landscape Design Ltd. It’s a 250 square meter house that sits on a 750 square meter plot. It has a rectangular shape that occupies most of the site and an overall simple design.

The interior includes the ground floor, where most of the rooms are located, and a basement level. The basement only includes a guest room and a storage area. The house is divided into two main volumes or sections. One is for sleeping while the other one is for social interaction. A pathway in the middle connects these two areas, thus the name of the house. Inside, the rooms in each section are interconnected. There are no walls or columns.

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The pathway from the middle of the house is 3 meters wide and 14 meters long. It also includes a tall wooden library. The social section of the house is basically a large open plan. The décor is simple modern, with subtle industrial touches. The house also includes a series of outdoor areas such as the terrace and, of course, the beautiful garden. The transition from snide out is very smooth and the plants play a very important role in this case. They create a strong visual connection between the two spaces and they progressively make the transition.{found on archdaily and pics by Uzi Porat}.

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Posted in Architecture on May 19, 2012

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