This private house in the Lotem village of the Galilee was planned in a very favorable site, a southern slope that faces a forest and olive groves. Since the climate in this region is comfortable most of the year, we soon decided that the house was to be designed around a south-facing outdoor space covered by a pergola. The interior main social spaces were put in line with this outdoor space and the view to the facing hills, interior and exterior areas thus completely interlocked.
(with the collaboration of Claudia Hunter and Arch. Nethanel Haziza)