The Concrete House, a two-story residence designed by Dan and Hila Israelevitz located in Irus, Israel, is a contemporary home based on the material its owner has a strong connection to – concrete.
The interior of the house is made up of bare concrete walls, floor and ceiling, each of them expressing a different shade and finish. The woodwork items are monochromatic, with shades of wood and graphite, and the minimalistic lighting complements the space. This house speaks for itself and creates a warm ambience with its shades and materials.
Nestled in the heart of a peaceful rural settlement in Israel, an ultra-modern two-story residence rises like a museum piece. Designed by Dan and Hila Israelevitz from Israelevitz Architects, Like Entering Through the Hull of a Ship residence has been carefully crafted to blend harmoniously with its surroundings.
Visitors are greeted by an impressive entrance plaza, almost like entering the hull of a ship. Inside, the living floor reveals a stunning view of the wild nature reserve, while the kitchen and dining area are bathed in natural light. The master bedroom is a dramatic mix of powerful colors and textures, with a built-in sink and a wall covered in natural stone.
Cloistered Home is an extraordinary single-story house in the heart of Israel, designed and built by architects Dan and Hila Israelevitz.
This property is unique in its own right, situated on two acres of land and spanning 500 square meters. The Israelevitz’ used concrete as the main material to create a home that perfectly synchronizes with nature and sunlight while utilizing the rising and setting sun for its inhabitants.
The exterior of the house features a glass wall and exposed concrete, while the interior is composed of bespoke carpentry, wooden cladding walls, and the expansive inner garden. To top it all off, the property offers an enormous double swimming pool for entertainment and relaxation.
The Ecological House is a single-story L-shaped house located in the northern part of Israel and designed by Dan and Hila Israelevitz.
This property boasts stunning views of the surrounding green and pastoral landscapes, while also providing a sense of privacy. With a built area of 500 m2 (5,382 ft2) and 7 rooms, the house also includes a tennis court, orchard and fruit garden. It features ecological elements and various built-in solutions, designed to reduce electricity consumption, and is made of natural construction materials like concrete, iron, glass, and teak wood. The structure was designed to create an element of surprise and curiosity within the space, and to maintain a connection between the building and its low surroundings.