N16 by Havkin Architects in Ramat Hasharon, Israel

Project: N16
Architects: Havkin Architects
Location: Ramat Hasharon, Israel
Area: 5,381 sf
Photographs by: Shai Epstein

N16 by Havkin Architects

Havkin Architects have completed the design of an incredible luxurious contemporary residence in Ramit Hasharon, Israel. The N16 House is a two-story residence with just under 5,500 square feet of living spaces to offer to its inhabitants, an extrovert couple with four children. Their fashionable lifestyle has been reflected on both the interior and exterior design of their new home.

This villa is the home for a bold, energetic and extrovert couple with their four children. Being designers of cosmetic products, the clients brought to the design conversation a profound feeling for fashion and style. Entering the house starts with passing through the Corten steel entrance gate. After the gate, there is no real front door. The house reveals itself totally, absolute hospitality.

Three massive concrete walls define the outlines of the house. Between these protective, 50 cm thick walls, we created a delicate world of glass, fine marbles, carpentry, steel, and impeccable white surfaces. Purple stairs in 2 cm thick steel pretend to be weightless and reach, like a tree, from the basement to the roof. A heavy Corten steel sliding door protects the garden life from the busy city life.

The parking/workshop is open to the compact urban garden and is abundantly covered with bamboos and grasses. This is where nature escapes the order of the house. The massive concrete walls also create a set of diagonal transparencies that allow the game of seeing and being seen. Every part of the house is designed as a potential catwalk for its fashionable owners. It expresses the client’s passionate desire for the finest materials, the best brands and true joy of wearing all of them: the clothes, the furniture and the house itself

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