Connected by a 13-foot passage, the Savion House keeps private and public areas completely separate. The front cube contains a communal living room, kitchen, dining room, and a second-story study, with wide plank and concrete floors running throughout. The space is lined with floor-to-ceiling windows and doors for added light and access to the patio and pool. The three-story rear cube holds another living room, three bedrooms, and the master with a white pine bridge that leads to a library housed in the front wing. When joined together, the two concrete and steel forms create an unmistakable L-shape.
Photos: Amit Gosher / Neuman Hayner Architects