House in Hofit by Paritzki & Liani Architects
by Ted Savage / October 11, 2012
On a sloping lot with a three-meter rise, House in Hofit by Paritzki & Liani Architects, located in a communal settlement in Israel, literally incorporates the topography of the site, with angular lines that follow the perimeter.


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Folded volumes adapt to both land and climate, channeling prevailing winds into the structure for temperature control. The ground floor is completely free of walls, with private areas located above. Via ArchDaily. Photos: Amit Geron.

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