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House N by Dana+Roy Gordon Architecture Studio

By • Jun 28, 2014

House N is a residential project completed in 2014 by Dana+Roy Gordon Architecture Studio.

Located in Tel Aviv, Israel, the home is warm and cozy, with a lush garden in the exterior and a brightly colored interior.

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House N by Dana+Roy Gordon Architecture Studio:

“A building addition commonly found in Hadar Yosef homes, which entailed extensive renovations and adapting the house to the needs of the owner, who moved there after living in Jerusalem for many years.

The design underscored the utilization of natural light and the uninterrupted connection between the home`s different rooms and stories – achieved, for example, by a bookcase that enables the living room to be separated from the guest room.

The Jerusalem ambiance that the owner sought to give the house is created by natural finishing materials and a garden rich in typical Jerusalem vegetation.”

Photos by: Galit Deutch Dvir

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