Another beautiful home found on Instagramwhich is next to Pinterest [please dó follow me here on Pinterest an ongoing source of inspiration for me while making plans for the home. And I don’t know about you but I still have a list with favourite blogs, I love reading where fellow bloggers find their inspiration, how they approach renovations and find new brands
The pictures in this blogpost are from a semi detached house in Netanya, Israel, created by Zachit Tshuva. Inspired by the idea of slowing down, her goal was to create a calm aesthetic atmosphere by using soft and natural materials and I think she really succeeded.
Two asymmetric units
I asked Zachit to tell me some more about her design: “The house has two unique asymmetric units. If you pass by, you might think it’s a one family house, it’s a corner site and has two front elevations, both elevations and units designed in the same visual language from inside out. Due to the orientation of the rooms, each unit has a perfect privacy.”
The use of natural materials as mineral plastered walls, reclaimed wood as a threshold windows, bleached pine wood floors and the basalt stones outside, gives the house a timeless quality and the natural look. Surrounded by a wild herb garden and citrus trees, the repetitive steel windows let through the direct natural light and fresh green tones.
The house has a beautiful balance I think, white marble stone stairs and Carrara kitchen worktops add a cold bright balance to the overall warm feeling of the house. “The spaces are clean, simple geometric shaped and minimalistic in terms of architecture plan” Zachit says, “there are local gestures, details and surprising materials and style combinations in a very gentle way as a layer of attention and a character touch. Curved classic elopes railing starts where a mash industrial rail ends. Basic white linnen curtains are a soft filter between the outside and inner spaces”
Show me your home!
This house was her dream Zachit told me, she designed and built it herself and was at the site everyday. It is so nice to see another beautiful home designed and built by a woman isn’t it! Are you a designer and do you like to share one of your homes with me and maybe see it featured on Vosgesparis, don’t hesitate to sent me your work! Contact details can be found in the side bar of the blog!
Enjoy the rest of this home and happy weekend!