A collaboration with architect Ofer Erez
Location: Kibbutz Shefayim
Year: 2011 – 2015
Constructed Area: 120 – 160 Sq. Meters
Premise: 300 Sq. Meters
From 12 initially built houses out of 112 that were planned.
Winner of an invitees competition.
Semi-detached, row houses, colored in six different shades. Defining the relation between the personal and the public, between the individual and the collective, was the basis for the design of this project. These relations can be seen in the interaction between the internal and external, and in the decision of making these row houses, and in their calculated spread. We incorporated a maximum number of airflow passages, and allowed for small differences between the row houses, so that each home suites the owner’s preference.