It’s easy to see why the moniker ‘Float House’ has been applied to this new property in Tel Aviv, Israel, by Pitsou Kedem. Featuring long narrow reflection pools the property appears to be floating, the still reflections in the water elongating and exaggerating the structure’s walls. Framed with wooden slats which create the initial boundary between the in and outdoors. Merging the internal and external, glass walls and mirrored water reflections create impressions of continuity and intersection – resulting in a property that creates a serene and ultra-modern aesthetic.
Words by Olivia Cooley. Images property of Amit Geron and Pitsou Kedem Architects.