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Located in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel, Private House in Tel Aviv (2016) by Bar Orian Architects | The Hardt
Located in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel, Private House in Tel Aviv (2016) by Bar Orian Architects. Although at first glance the exterior of this home reminds one of a prison, its just seems to work. The reasoning behind the design of it is a rather common exploitation of natural light, executed nicely. Each window is set for an interior function and acts as an interior frame from the shading system that has been positioned to accommodate sunlight and the climatic needs of each interior space. This system allows various degrees of light filtering, creating an additional layer that enriches the space and brings the tangible outdoors experience into the house. This layer changes continuously with the direction of the sun, the amount of opening of the shading system. At the time, the rooms are flooded with shades of red, creating unique compositions inside and varying exposure outside.
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