n/a house

israeli practice paritzki & liani architects designed the 'n/a house' a single family dwelling near the coast in herzliya, israel.
bound by other residential properties with private gardens, this home is insulated with a green buffer from the encompassing
neighborhood context. the form of the volume adapts to the mature vegetation, arranging the three levels to strategically frame 
outward views. the interior spaces are placed around a central 3.7 by 3.7 meter courtyard containing small plantings and a tree 
bordered with panes of glass. a constant connection with nature is visually integrated as inhabitants regularly circulate between 
the kitchen, living and dining areas.

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