Architecture: Pitsou Kedem's ‘A Concrete Cut’ House

We had to come right back with another one of our favorite properties of the week, since this section of the blog is one of the most popular. These amazing shots taken by Amit Geron should definitely get you open because they did for us. 

Bringing together a mix of transparent and opaque structuring, this home designed by Tel Aviv-based design studio Pitsou Kedem uses concrete slabs and frameless windows to offer varying degrees of privacy, straying between the two materials as the visitor strays between the structure itself. 

Suitably named A Concrete Cut, the abstract design sits nestled in the Israeli city of Ramat Gan and offers seclusion from the street facing side while opening up at the back for a more open space that evokes a modernist aesthetic.

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