Herzliya Pituah Private Residence
Architect: Kika Braz Architects and Urban Planner
Photo: Omri Amsalem
A private house with interesting linear exterior design, showcases a Brazilian light-filled wooden shutter in front which emphasizes the brown of the wood and the L-shape of the building. The staircase leading to the entrance of the house is lit by a hidden light that illuminates the stairs, welcoming with grandeur.
The stone wall in the living room is detached from the floor and ceiling by an upper lighting strip that emphasizes the unique material of the wall. The many artworks scattered throughout the house are lit by linear fixtures installed in the ceiling. The professional kitchen is gets its light during the day through a skylight and at night by lighted slots located just above the work desk and the LED lights hidden around the skylight, simulating the light of the moon coming in from the outside. The large dining table, which hosts festive meals, is illuminated by decorative round lighting fixtures of different sizes that hang at varying heights.
The impressive pool is illuminated by spotlights and the outdoor seating area boasts a water-proof decorative lighting fixture that provides the perfect atmosphere of hospitality.