This home in Moshav, Israel, was originally built in 1951 for an immigrant Jewish family from Libya. Today, this beautiful place has been redesigned by architect and interior designer Rotem Guy.
Rotem Guy expanded the space for making it more modern, so it was necessary to pull some walls, allowing more light to enter. During the creative process, Rotem painted the place in white for a minimalist and clean style. The high ceilings and large windows also favor the project making it broader.
As for furniture, designer merged ocher rustic elements with modern furniture in vibrant colors. The result is charming. The kitchen is small but cozy. The living and dining room, which is made of wood, enhance the rustic atmosphere. The main room is minimalist and ethnic, characteristic that makes it very original. Finally, furniture with shelves and accessories seal the contemporary and fun style that define the Project of the architect and designer.
Source and images: Designboom