Dream House Design Of NS Residence, Client’s love of spending time in the arid climate of this seaside region, was the primary driver of the dream house design scheme developed by Mishmeret, Israel–based Blatman Cohen Architecture Design. A rough-hew concrete wall, and a glimpse of a burnt cedar clad volume, beyond are the only pieces of the NS Residence (Dream House Design) in Emek Hefer, Israel. That are visible from the street.
But move past the steel gate, and an outdoor entertaining paradise is revealed. Which includes a verdant front garden complete with a swimming pool and outdoor kitchen.
Architecture Of Dream House Design By by Mishmeret
Fact File And Project Credits For Dream House Design
- Location : Emek Hefer
- Project: NS Residence, Emek Hefer, Israel
- Client: Withheld
- Architects: Blatman Cohen Architecture Design, Mishmeret, Israel—Vered Blatman Cohen (principal)
- Engineer: Shmuel Penet
- Management and Supervision: Yehuda Zimbris
- Size: 450 square meters (4,844 square feet)
- Cost: WithheldProject
- Status : Built
- Type : Single Family, Outbuilding
- Scope : New Construction
- Room or Space : Outdoor, Living Room, Kitchen
- Style : Modern architecture
- Photos : Amit Giron
Dream Home Design Brief
The two-story dream house design is a barlike volume, flanked on its south side by a wood slat clad pergola, that shelters outdoor seating and dining areas. The slats continue indoors, lining the ceiling of the open plan ground floor, which contains a kitchen as well as dining and living areas.
The wood is offset by glazed walls that visually (and, in the case of some operable panels, physically) open the room to the outdoors, answering the client’s request for “a very open house, with simple geometries,” says principal Vered Blatman Cohen. The bridge-like second floor volume is supported on concrete walls at the short ends.
Dream House Plans
Throughout the Dream house design, Blatman Cohen wanted the materials to be “as raw as possible,” and gravitated toward surfaces with natural textures
A steel staircase leads to the second-floor landing, where diffuse northern light from clerestories washes a blank concrete wall.
The bedroom and bathroom doors on this level are flush with the white-painted walls, to the point of almost disappearing into them. When closed, they provide an effect Blatman Cohen describes as “a total contrast to the very open lower level.”
The four bedrooms all face north, away from the garden, in order to capture views of the sea. The southern facade of the second level is blank, helping to reduce heat gain in the bedrooms and stairwell, and providing a visual contrast to the openness of the facade on the lower level.
Dream Home Design Consideration
Dream House Pictures
A small backyard that runs along the north side, in the dream house design, was planed as a play area for the children. And because of the transparency of the ground floor, their parents can keep an eye on them from virtually anywhere on the property, proving that maximum transparency can be found even in concrete walled packages.