The Cubes House by Nestor Sandbank in Israel is an alternative take on modern architecture. Instead of having one free-flowing design throughout the house, the architect decided on having separate blocked areas for different functions of the house, all connected by various hallways and corridors.
From the outside, one can really see this aesthetic at play. When looking from the backyard overlooking the pool area, three tall cube shapes stick out from one side of the house, instead of having a smooth rooftop. While this design might sound extremely separated in terms of living space, the open hallways ensure each area is connected well, and moving throughout is never hindered. A whitewashed look was also used, presumably due to the heat residences have to endure in this area.
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