F house – modern minimalism

Posted on Tue, 2 Aug 2016 by KiM

 

Sometimes I come across homes while doing research for the blog that are just TOO MUCH. Too ornate, too large, trying too hard etc. Located in Savyon, Israel, the F House by Pitsou Kedem Architect seems to be over the top in terms of size (ceilings that seem to be up in the heavens – and it’s 700 ) and minimalism. Perhaps this is exactly what the client asked for. What I love about this is that the sculptural qualities of the outdoors makes up for everything the inside isn’t. And in the evening this home is magical with lighting to emphasize the beauty of the plants, trees and wood walls. 

(More of Pitsou Kedem’s work can be found here and here)

axie says:

Looks a bit like a large office building, but if it was filled with more personal belongings and of course a few pets(!) I bet I could manage to live there. As long as I moved in a few dozen friends to help with the window washing.. ­čÖé

Annie says:

The best thing about this house are the trees. The rest I am not particularly taken with – the bedroom aside which is a more intimate space (compared to the cavernous rest).

Ulrich Schlo├čer says:

Ich finde, dies ist eines der sch├Ânsten H├Ąuser, die hier gezeigt wurden. Ich w├╝nschte es w├╝rde mehr davon geben.

Monroe Nakasu - Kurume says:

I love this home…GREAT clean architecture and landscaping.

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