The house built in the 1980s no longer served the family well. The children grew up and a whole floor remained orphaned.
In order to create a “master bedroom”, we performed a thorough demolition of most of the floor. In order to enable the continuation of living in the house, we built a separation between the levels, and temporary external stairs, for use by the builders.
In this project you will see a combination of white wood ceiling beams, with molded windows, a “Fish Bone” parquet floor. In the bathroom we made wall coverings in huge granite tiles (300/150 cm), of which we also built a modern bench that continues into the shower.
The tiled roof had been dismantled and renovated, and the old pergola had been replaced with a new style.
Architecture: Shafrit Schwartz
Supervision: Dudi Luria
Implementation: Ma’ayan Ganim