When it comes to luxurious living spaces, Pistou Kedem Architects seems to have it all figured out with the repetition of three main design components: simplicity, modernity and glass. In Israel, the studio built a single-floor house with the intention to magnify the structure's exposure to the garden. Turning its back on traditional building materials, Pistou Kedem created a glass castle—that is, the walls on all sides of the house are made with glass panels, sustained by thin black iron frames. The result is a well-lit interior space with a beautiful and calming view to an immersive natural landscape.
The architects maintained their vision of creating luxurious living spaces that suggest indoor and outdoor spaces are inherently and intimately intertwined.