As you can guess, the Ferrvor Team is a big fan of architectural wonders. From residences built into mountainsides to desert hideaways that you may never knew existed. This find is nothing less than amazing. The Concrete Cut House from Pitsou Kedem Architects is a uniquely built, abstract residence that sits in the bustling Israeli city of Ramat Gan.
The name Concrete Cut House is no big wonder, as it appears that the home is built from one continuous line of concrete. I’m sure most of you remember the ‘Snake’ game on the old Nokia cell phones. The house design is somewhat reminiscent of that simple, yet entertaining game.
The Concrete Cut House is 5,300 square feet and two-stories of beautiful modern design, that include wide opaque glass windows and high ceilings providing an open atmosphere. The house contains a beautiful garden and pool area, and gorgeous all-white interior fixtures.
This house is definitely a great atmosphere for relaxation and serenity.
Story By: CarLA FRANCISCO
Images By: Pitsou Kedem