Taking a cue from the Bauhaus-heavy styles in the French Carmel neighborhood of Haifa in Israel, architects from pitsou kedem this house is a beautiful example of how styles that were once cutting edge can be updated and remain relevant and beautiful.
From the back of the house, the space almost takes on a dollhouse feeling since you can see directly in to the different rooms and feel as though you could move around the furniture with a flick of the wrist.
The landscaping around the home is also decidedly important, particularly with the massive glass walls. Trees, stones, and moss make this neighborhood home feel more secluded and natural.
The pool deck also has a modern feel without going towards the ostentatious. Instead, the pool sits calmly in the ground, surrounded by smooth surfaces and contemporary furnishings.
The modern library space almost echoes out of the photos with its cement accent wall and suspended lantern that acts as the sun and the moon.
These suspended wooden stairs are delicate yet sturdy with a shaft of sunlight making it feel as though you may be ascending to some place more than the second floor.
The front of the home is purposefully anonymous, barely betraying the sweeping modern designs inside.
The sleek white walls are so clean and smooth they feel almost industrial.