Sealed by an ominous slab of dark stone, the F House is a stark contrast from its somber facade. A tree-lined walkway leads to a timber slat wall, opening to the first of a series of private courtyards. The structure itself is composed of mostly glass, creating a bright, light-filled interior to admire the property's mature trees and gardens. Internally, the double-height volumes consist of a lounge, lobby, kitchen, dining room and living area, minimal in both color and decor. At the rear of the home, a glazed wall opens out to an enclosed swimming pool and outdoor exercise pavilion, separated from the rest of the exterior by a glass balustrade.
Photos: Amit Geron / Pitsou Kedem Architects