A semi-detached house near the Design Museum Holon which inspired this project. A new building in a developing neighborhood. The house has 4 floors and a garden. The program included a basement for hosting and entertainment.
Architect: Light and Design Location: Holon, Israel Year: 2019 Size: 307 sqm Plans and permits: Zmirit Levy Interior designer: Sarai Barr-nea Gibeon Lighting consultant: Sarai Barr-nea Gibeon Styling: Sarai Barr-nea Gibeon Home staging: Linoy Landau Photography: Dror Kalish
From the architect: A living room and kitchen at the entrance floor. 4 bedrooms, a laundry room and a bathroom on the first floor and a master bedroom on the upper floor. Emphasis on raw materialssuch as iron,rough wood,ceramic and stone was given.
Each floor has its own main color: the basement was influenced by Irish pub's vibesandso the main color is dark "Irish" green. The entrance floor was inspired by the Corten rings of the Ron Arad's Design Museumwhich is across the street.
Every floor has its own door's color and CNC icon that indicates the use of the room: the doors in the basement are green; the doorinthe guest restroom is dark marsala; the doors in the first and last floorare the same color as the walls.
As a lighting designer, the lighting got a huge emphasis. Italian manufacturers such as IGuzzini and Davide Groppi,Austriansuch as XAL, Denishsuch as MUUTO and Belgian like Weverand Ducre. Israeli industrial designers such as COZI studio designed the pendant lamps in the kitchenandthe shelves and coffee tables in the living room. The iron tile artwork in the stairwayandthe iron net statuesinthe living room walls is lightened.