Hasharon House by Sharon Neuman Architects
Happy Friday! Check out this wonderful 2,200 square foot contemporary home located in Israel. The house was planned for a young family with 3 children, on a lot with a wide open view to the back, overlooking agricultural fields.
After giving a great amount of consideration to the functionality of the space and the movement scheme, the architect decided to build a split level house, placing the master bedroom half way between the public area and the children’s space.
The scheme evolved into an L shape plan with the Master Bedroom placed in the middle, outside the L, being surrounded by its 2 wings.
Since basement was not part of the requirements, the architect decided to hang the Master Bedroom as a cantilever, thus freeing the space beneath it, enlarging the garden and allowing interesting views across the lot.
Photos courtesy of Sharon Neuman Architects
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