Mediterranean Villa Tel Aviv

The architect’s Paz Gersh Architects initial plan was to search for an architectural language, which combines local references and contemporary Mediterranean elements. The House is set in one of the historical preserved neighborhoods’ of Tel Aviv. The V house design concept was planning modern a Mediterranean Villa with an historic preserved wall.

These local elements such as: patio, terraces, and courtyard are redefined with this modern interpretation. The interiors were designed with a mix of soft and rough textures within the glass framed elevations. On the ground plan the kitchen is composed of a dark brown woods and stainless steel, while the living room is in eclectic array of furniture, style vary from 60?s to contemporary. The swimming pool is set in the Mediterranean garden courtyard. The pool reflects the neighboring urban images in to the house and acts as an oasis in the warm local climate.

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

The V House by Paz Gersh Architects

Photographs: Amit Giron & Itay Sikolsky

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