Tel Aviv based architecture studio Eran Binderman Architects designed the adorable LA House, located in Hasharon, Israel. According the the architect the owners shared the desire to create a home that will give a sense of freedom and space with maximum modesty and warmth. This created the idea of a “Mediterranean village” which is rooted strongly in the slanted ground surrounding it. The house consists of three wings very strongly connected to the garden; Public (togetherness), private (play and sleep) and service (functionality). The connection links between the wings allow the “togetherness” and the “apart” in relation to the amount of people in the house. Natural light and nature penetrates to every corner and blur the boundaries between inside and outside.
Photographs by Oded Smadar