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03.20.14

Haifa House by Pitsou Kedem Architects

A private residence built in the center of a historic avenue and at the very heart of Haifa's French Carmel neighborhood.The avenue is studded with a number of residences designed in the Bauhaus style. The Bauhaus style gained its hold in Israel in the wake of international styling trends and is a ornament free design style, both simple and down to earth. The style celebrated the aesthetics of the machine and was characterized by uniformity of color and by unassuming and simple finishes and facades. The style faithfully represented the spirit of the age and the location. This project, designed decades later, creates a line that connects contemporary styling with the spirit of that bygone era.

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  • Sheryll S Jacksonville, FL
    Looks extremely expensive. Is the glass or glass walls darkened enough for privacy? Or can they be?
  • Lisa I Woodcliff Lake, NJ
    Wow this is breathtaking. Thanks for sharing!
  • Jean Adams Arlington, TX
    I would love to know the square footage. Looks big but also lives like manageable space. Absolutely gorgeous.
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