Israeli firm Sharon Neuman Architects have accomplished House J, a contemporary residence situated in Kfar Yedidia, Israel. The home is neighbored by agricultural fields, so one of many goals of the architecture group was to create a challenge that breathes and bonds with the outside. According to the architects, “the geometric volumes and voids are used to outline the areas inside the dwelling in addition to add visible curiosity from an exterior perspective. This function leads to dwelling areas of various heights and is used to separate one room to the subsequent in an in any other case uninterrupted flowing of areas. The cantilevered mass permits the backyard to proceed beneath, making a pathway that’s neither inside or outdoors. An built-in pergola provides shade for the outside kitchen which can be utilized all yr round because of the native climate“. Interior design was given particular curiosity, as this residence shows tasteful modern preparations, with delicate shade additions. Have a glance!