The Savyon House by Alroy Hazack Architects

What do you expect from a house in a pine-wooded area? First, it has to integrate with the landscape and then the rest… Located in Savyon,Israel, the Savyon house was desiged by Alroy Hazack and perfectly integrates with the landscape; its steel structure with wooden frames create continuity with the property both from the exterior views and from within the home. It is certainly the wood the element that “anchors” the house in the surrounding area and it does it so well that you have the impression that this house has always been here.

The house has three wings: a wood and metal wing, a bedrooms wing and the service wing. The kitchen is so appropriate for the style of the house, inviting in its simplicity; the wide glass windows are the perfect way of admiring the beauty of the surrounding landscape if you find yourself in the library area and take a break from reading your favorite book. Nothing compares to the pleasant mood provided by the image of the trees reflecting on the glass.

The green surrounding environment seems to have a protecting role for the entire house; no matter the angle you are watching it. Every room is simple and modern at the same time and every furniture piece and every object seems to tell a happy-ending story, no matter the corner of the house you find yourself in.

Published by in Architecture, on November 20th, 2011


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