in is no different as it combines a multi-level living environment with a white brick exterior and a public-private space that welcomes guests gleefully. Designed by Jvantspijker the minimal curated design of the building is carried inside with an open plan living that is also clad in white.
Giving a home that is over 20 years old a new lease of life takes a bit of doing. Nestled in Israel this particular home was in need of a smart makeover that suited the new lifestyle of its homeowners.
The large kitchen with its two different workstations and a central island that holds a lovely breakfast bar is visually connected with the pool area and backyard. A wall of floor-to-ceiling glass windows series of lovely corner windows and sliding glass doors connect the interior with the outdoors even as stone walls outside add to the unique visual that this modern Spanish home presents.
Despite the presence of large windows floor-to-ceiling glass doors and a pavilion-style living area that completely opens up towards the courtyard the house feels entirely secure. Clean lines an exterior draped in white and modern décor give it a crisp contemporary appeal with the social zones and living room at the heart of it all.
The new floor plan conjured up and brought to life by Somia Design creates an open living area with a home workspace smart kitchen breakfast bar that can also be accessed from the hallway along with 3 private bedrooms and bathrooms.
Pops of red brick break the sense of monotony in the more modern rooms of the house linking its contemporary traits with the classic exterior in a subtle and elegant manner. With the narrow corridor leading to the kitchen dining space and sophisticated sitting area at the rear much of the existing home is largely left untouched.