The minimalist decoration and perforated aluminum facade of "D3 House"
The architect’s houses are true jewels and Deavita likes to present you the novelties and the tendencies in this field. Our current article will be devoted to a building that is out of the ordinary to leave us amazed. Perfectly combining concrete and aluminum indoors and outdoors, D3 House is located in Hertsliya, Israel and has it all. It offers not only a unique exterior cladding symbolizing contemporary architecture, but also a minimalist decor that exudes purity and refinement. Get inspired by the aesthetic decor of this breathtaking house!
The interior minimalist interior of the “D3 House” exudes unparalleled purity
We often associate the minimalist style with the color white and with reason. One always has the impression that these two elements complement each other thanks to their trait in common: the immaculate aspect. And that’s exactly the case with the architect’s house that we are presenting to you. The unique design of the “D3 House” was designed by the architectural firm “Pitsou Kedem Architects” in 2018 and covers an area of 670 m². At first glance, it is the two levels of the facade that strike us, but the interior is even more spectacular.
Before offering a virtual walk through the interior glorifying the minimalist decoration, it is first necessary to say a few words about the amazing exterior. As already mentioned, the facade is composed of two levels: one in concrete and the other in aluminum whose perforated design brings dynamism. In addition, the house is surrounded by vegetation which invites the natural touch.
But why did designers opt for such a perforated façade? So, in fact, it is the interior of the house that benefits at best from the effect created by the triangular patterns. Note the example above: the inhabitants enjoy a play of light and shade during the day and artificial light filtering during the night. Thanks to this, a romantic, poetic and harmonious atmosphere reigns in the contemporary house.
The white aluminum facade is so spectacular and perfectly designed that the front door is barely visible. Moreover, the interior lighting can be seen from the outside through the perforated facade.
The interior glorifying the minimalist decoration exudes an unequivocal purity
The minimalist decoration is characterized by a refined appearance found everywhere in this architect house where life is good. With design suspensions and cozy furniture, the living room shown above is very modern and has a simple but very elegant decor. In addition, the large windows give access to the garden with a modern pool.
The architects also decided to invite the motif of the facade inside. For example, the perforated stone wall delineates the hallway of the super-chic gray kitchen, which also promotes minimalist decor. Thus, the gourmet piece enjoys a play of light and shade which contributes to the soothing atmosphere.
The dining room also benefits from a very chic minimalist decoration. Indeed, we speak of a high-end atmosphere thanks to the presence of several elegant suspensions in full harmony with the storage cabinet design with golden accents. However, the orange chair invites a colorful touch to embellish the room.
The minimalist decoration of the bathroom is simply splendid. Spectacular blue stone that harmonizes with the immaculate white look of the furniture.
Impressive perforated facade with immaculate design
Outdoor living area with a modern pool
Design lighting illuminates the house during the night
A glance at the high-end interior
Design furniture and touches of greenery in the dining room
The perforated facade creates a play of shadow and light in the gray kitchen
Minimalist decoration and unique design in the bathroom
The minimalist white staircase is also one of the focal points
Very decorative pendant lights
* Design by Pitsou Kedem Architects
* Images credit: Amit Geron