How amazing would it be if you live in a contemporary tree house?
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Architects Tamar Jacobs and Oshri Yaniv, an Israeli couple, built themselves a home among fruit trees.
Located in the north of Tel Aviv, this was a 200 square metre home designed by the co-founders of Israeli firm Jacobs-Yaniv Architects.
“After living on the plot in a small house for many years, and experiencing life by two large pecan nut trees, and many other fruit trees, we knew the new house would become part of the existing garden, which has been there long before us,” said the architects.
This contemporary tree house was making the most sunlight. Those glazed windows allow air to flow through every room.
And what about that clerestory window that filled the entire building? Here you can take glimpses of the sky and treetops.
In order to strengthen the connection between the inside and the outside, these breeze blocks and the concrete roof are left exposed throughout the one-storey house.
The smart choice of timeless materials, which are expected to age with little preservation.
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“The green surroundings, ideal daylight and the western breeze from the close by Mediterranean were our starting point.” said the couple.
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