square-meter apartment with a 125 square-meter rooftop terrace, located on the 10th floor of a recently-built apartment building in a new neighborhood of Rishon LeZion.
Designing a library in the heart of the public space guided my planning of this home, as the homeowners’ personal tastes and interests are reflected in their extensive book collection. The public area encompasses the bookshelves, touching and following them up to the entrance to the residential wing.
The roof terrace is treated as an inseparable part of the home, covered in green climbing vines and trees, adding size and continuity to the apartment.
The stunning urban landscape reflected through the roof terrace and the large living-room windows sweeps over the terrace and enters the public areas, creating a sense of open space that also filters into the residential wing