Photographs: Uzi Porat
Interior renovation of A 1950s-era row house. The house has been redesigned – the public spaces are open to the back garden and the bedrooms face the front. The ceiling rises from the ground floor to the gallery floor and unites the two levels. In order to create natural ventilation in the house with only two air directions, an overhead window was designed above the front door, and a skylight above the entrance to the parents’ room on the gallery level. The central element in the living space is a large black MDF library. The wall of the library separates the public area from the children’s rooms. Behind the library rises a staircase to the parents’ room on the gallery floor.