Photographs: Amit Geron
The Light carves its way deep into the white box ground floor down to the basement through two
opposite courtyards, creating a tension between two light wells which accentuate the proportions of
The spaces of the house surround two light courtyards which are interior-exterior spaces “carved” in
the opposite corners of the box.
The opposite courtyards defined by walls feel like exterior rooms. Deep openings emphasize the
thickness of the walls allowing light to enter deep into the basement.
In the heart of the house, above the staircase, an additional avenue of light penetrates from a large
skylight, creating an interplay of light through the day with horizontal floor window.
The pool continues carving the ground elongating its footprint in the landscape.
The ground floor is elevated enabling the parking to be an integral continuation and hidden from the
house and street.
Light hitting the solid box sculpts the space. Outdoors and indoors, material and void appear and
change in each passing season.
Architecture & interior design by Ronnie Alroy Architects – Website | FB | Instagram
Design team | Shani Sasson, Ori Warsai
Landscape design | Itai Salem
Project manager | Gabi Brudno
Photographer | Amit Giron
Wood work |Anton Woodwork , Eyal Fatal
Concrete floors | Peles
Contractor | Yaron Tibet
Aluminum Windows |Apex
Doors | Stato
Srone | Atlas
Kitchen counter | ValCuccina
Furniture | Habitat
Light fixtures | Kamhi
Smart electricity | HedCinema
Pool | Tzalul
Glass railing and showers | Miklahonet
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