Amit Geron

The Pavilion House in Israel by Tal Goldsmith Fish Architects features a screen of vertical iron louvers


[via dwell]

In Ramat HaSharon, Israel, a screen of vertical iron louvers mixes with concrete cubes to create the contemporary Pavilion House.

Designed by Tel Aviv architecture studio Tal Goldsmith Fish, the sleek family home takes on the appearance of a modern pavilion, with a facade of streamlined concrete cubes and a screen of vertical iron louvers that filters light and adds interesting geometrical texture to the smooth exterior form.

The main challenge was to fit four floors into a limited 1,650-square-foot plot, and still ensure plenty of room to enjoy the outdoors. By raising and stretching out the main concrete volume, they managed to create 2,368 square feet of built-in living space.


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