House in Tel Aviv by Anderman Architects
House in Tel Aviv is a two-story concrete residence located in Tel Aviv, Israel, designed by Anderman Architects.
About House in Tel Aviv
The Intriguing Dance of Contrasts in Modern Design
Architecture thrives on contrasts. Open spaces meet enclosed areas; lightness and heaviness converse. Remarkably, the interplay between pristine materials and those bearing the marks of time creates a unique aesthetic. Central to this dance of contrasts is exposed concrete, intertwined seamlessly with other elements.
The Complex Nature of Concrete
Working with concrete is no small feat. This demanding material requires top-tier professionals, leaves no room for error, and comes with a hefty price tag. However, when mastered, concrete lays a robust foundation unmatched by other materials.
Redefining Concrete in Design
Concrete often evokes images of sterile, museum-like spaces. We challenge this notion. In our vision, concrete harmonizes with elements of time and nature. Scratched wooden floors, tables crafted from repurposed crate boards, and gleaming copper lamps all blend beautifully with concrete. The garden, in particular, enhances this synergy, proving that in design, there are no fixed rules.
Photography by Amit Geron
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