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L-shaped House Completely Open To The Pool

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Surrounded by ancient Eucalyptus trees this contemporary L-shaped house is completely open toward its garden and has light, a luminous expression that will captivate your spirit. Located in Rishon LeTsiyon, Israel and designed by Shachar-Rozenfeld Architects the house has a modern, simple and elegant facade that alternates vast glass openings, wooden panels, and pure white cubical expression.

The ground floor is entirely open towards the swimming pool area and the surrounding garden, wall vitrines at the facade allow maximum penetration of the natural elements: the sun, light, fresh air, ventilation. Glass corners in the living room and bedrooms are free of any constructive elements to allow full access to the garden.

This open and contemporary architectural composition is supplemented by stylish, light and minimalist interior decoration. The kitchen style we particularly enjoy. Facing the maximum opening towards the swimming pool and garden – black kitchen island and black wall, with minimalist and stylish expression, containing all the necessary kitchen appliances, compose the food preparation zone in the vast open floor plan of the living premises. Simple, functional and very, very stylish.

Black dining table with blue chairs and fashionable and airy lamps insulation rounds up this corner of the large side of the house. On the other end, white contemporary furnishing (maybe as a balance of the black dining zone) composes the siting area and the TV premise. The rest of the house is furnished in the same elegant, minimal and contemporary language, which nonetheless provides comfort and welcoming experience. High-class wooden floors and cladding, sophisticated materials palate and restrained color compositions create the beautiful interior decor of this luminous and open space home.   Photography by Shai Epstein