This amazing concrete house looks fabulous. Work of architect Pitsou Kedem, the building relies on a solid structure that creates a feeling of stability and security. Inspired by pavilions, the architect opted for large open spaces there were divided smartly into functional and entertaining areas. Actually, after a quick glimpse inside, you realise that the demarcation of the spaces is so smooth and gentle that the entire house resembles a welcoming playground. The only thing that you have to deal with while working with concrete is the lack of warmth. Its coolness might sometimes feel overwhelming, but here are some tips to melt it. Opt for open shelves – be it for books or decorative art -; displayed as such, they will function like hot spots of color and diversity inside your home. Play with light! Create focal areas with floor lamps or make the dining shine by the use of an imposing chandelier. Also, be generous with natural light and let it flood the interiors. It goes without saying that greenery is the best instrument to enliven a space. Plants, flowers and even trees – are welcomed inside as much as possible!
A concrete house is known for durability and cost-saving features.
The courtyard was paved with pebble.
A traditional carpet with roses and green leaves beautifies the hallway.
Built-in closets solve the storing issues we encounter in big houses. Moreover, the look very stylish and make the kitchen look clear and tidy.
The living area is strongly connected with the exterior and it features a low level comfy sofa, two armchairs, two stylish stools and an open bookcase.
Geometry is at home in contemporary villas.
I love the way the terrace was included in the architecture of the building.
The silhouette of the house smoothly integrated in the landscape.