Ramat Efal House / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

Ramat Efal House / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

Project: Ramat Efal House
Architects: ET Eicholz Antebi Arch
Location: Israel
Area: 250 sqm
Photographer: Gal Porat

Planing and interior design of two-story 250 sqm house in Ramat Efal, for a couple and their three children. The house was designed as a rectangular arc with a different interpretation of a tiled roof, which meets an imperative requirement to build tiled roofs, while at the same time conforms to the planning concept.

Ramat Efal House / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

A wall of shelves was designed as the backbone of the house, double-floor element, visible from everywhere. An indoor outdoor courtyard was designed as an integral part of the residential space of the house. The public space can be closed for shading and privacy through wooden shutters.

Ramat Efal House / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

living room / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

interior design / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

Ramat Efal House / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

kitchen / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

dining room / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

dining room / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

Ramat Efal House / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

home decor / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

architectural design / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

Ramat Efal House / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

bathroom / ET Eicholz Antebi Arch

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