This spacious and modern house is located in Tel Aviv and was designed in 2014 by the architectural office Neuman Hayner. The L-shaped villa was built for a four-member family, but offers enough space for guests. The house consists of two cubicles that connect to an L-shaped floor plan.
A large garden, swimming pool and various corners to relax create a welcoming ambience. The hanging furniture, such as hanging chair and rocking, are not to be overlooked in this luxurious establishment.
Armchair and swing in chic, open spaces
In the front building the public areas are accommodated. On the ground floor are the entrance, living room, kitchen, dining room and on the first floor a study. The four meter wide corridor is an extension of the terrace and separates the public house from the private area. The back building is the private area divided into three floors. The ground floor contains a living room, two children’s rooms, laundry room and guest toilet. On the upper floor are the main bedroom and a wide passage to the library in the front building. The bridge, reinforced by a 120 cm wide concrete strip, throws shadows over the ground floor. The bridge consists of white pinewood and runs as a beam to the main bedroom and the adjacent open bathroom with concrete floor on both sides.
Armchair and swing placed at the bright window front
Trees fill the forecourt and the natural material is also used in the passageway to embellish the concrete strips. The swimming pool is covered with marble and flows as a waterfall to the bamboo trees. Bamboo poles are also used for the railings and the exterior walls. The house contains many hanging objects, such as swing, hanging lights, hanging outdoor chairs and a hanging chair in the children’s room. The building itself is a successful combination of concrete, steel and large glass fronts, which ensure optimal light supply.