Contemporary LAM Residence in Israel

Today we would like to present you a gorgeous contemporary house. Designed by Israelian practice Arstudio – Arnin Nir Architecture, this lovely residence is located in a rustic community of Galilee, in northern Israel. The LAM Residence is a beautiful home and a very good example for your future designs.

Siting on a 3,770sqf plot this house is a tribute to nature. Overlooking the Halula Valley it presents breathtaking views. The architects tried to built a house that won’t stand out from the street and would blend in with the landscape. The house presents itself in a “Z” shape and has the maximum openness and affinity to the outside.

The house is divided into two sleeping wings. One houses the master bedroom and guest room, the other has the children bedrooms and a private living room. Moreover the home has one additional structure that represents a studio. The roof of the studio is linked by a bridge to the garden of the house and serves as a terrace that opens to the landscape.

The LAM Residence presents unique modern furnishings and beautiful views. It is a serene place that has state of the art appliances. All in all, the clean lines show off all the elements and allow you to enjoy a wonderful home.



Published by in Architecture, on November 29th, 2011

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