The Concrete House: A Monochromatic Oasis in Irus
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.