Site area: 550 sqm
Built area: 350 sqm
Architects: Anderman Architects
Architect in charge: Shirly Marko
Project management: Nati Marcovich
Brise Soleil system: Anderman Architects, Mark Witson, “Galil Technologies”
Photography © Amit Geron
The costumer requested a living room, bed rooms, a kitchen a garden and all the things costumer usually ask for. Only then arrived a surprising turn in the plot. The costumers also requested the project to be a “Bulldog”. They did not mean the dog. They were talking about the essence, the character. With that word in mind, we started our design mission.
Three years later standing there was the Bulldog. Firm, solid but knows how to evoke a smile. When needed. The project’s interface with the street is through a brise soleil (vertical shutters system) made of cedar wood. The brise soleil allows controlling the levels of exposure of the indoor to the street. From time to time, according to the needs of the residents, the brise soleil system can change from open to closed and vice versa.
The connection between indoor and outdoor has never been more flexible.
The electrical system, which was developed independently, can control the level of the privacy inside the house, the levels of natural light and the energy consumption.
All images courtesy of Anderman Architects | © Amit Geron
Anderman Architects was founded in 1999, by Yoav Anderman, who holds a BArch from the Technion (Haifa, 1996). In 2010 Anat Anderman (BArch Bezelel academy, Jerusalem) became a partner, and manages the commercial division at the office.
Anderman Architects provides high-quality architectural planning and interior design for both the private and commercial sectors. more
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