Location and home / A nice plot of land with an abundance of trees and a small cubic house originating from the 1970′s. The extension was planned in such a way so as not to affect any of the trees.
Home and space (interior) / The daytime area comprises a double-storey living room with a mezzanine, connected with the kitchen and the entrance zone. The entire space is glazed, opening to the garden. All interior décor elements in the living room and kitchen (furniture, fireplace) were “pushed” outside in order to enlarge the space and set it free. This solution had been inspired by Alan Wexler’s installations.
Space and function / The private part of the house – including bedrooms – is situated in the originally existing block, while the daytime zone is contained in an open cuboid made of wood and reinforced concrete. There is an element shared by the two zones – a piece of furniture between them – which also serves as stairs.