Located in Israel, this particularly linear beauty is a 650sqm private home built in the very proximity of the historic site of Caesarea. It was primarily conceived as a holiday residence, hence offering tranquility in an open space, away from the busy Tel Aviv urban life.
As it is facing both the Roman Aqueduct of Caesarea and the coast beyond that, this Holiday Residence was designed and implemented by the Gottesman–Szmelcman Architecture team as a linear shaped villa offering unrestricted views to all the rooms.
A long concrete wall to the East, three glass walls of which one completely faced to the sea and the Roman Aqueduct. The concrete wall is offering considerable privacy as it faces the surrounding villas. White fair faced concrete was used to build it and OSB shuttering in a color and texture mimicking the sand dunes.
The roof terrace offers an ideal place to admire the sunset and the beauty of the sea and the coastline.
Since being founded in 2003, Gottesman–Szmelcman Architecture focused on innovation and multi – disciplinary solutions globally. Striving to deliver a richer product, Gottesman–Szmelcman Architecture will continue to grow and attain even more profound levels of understanding, incorporating architecture, interior design, environmental studies, commercial, financial and marketing strategies.