Built between two courtyards is Ramat Hasharon House 13 by Pitsou Kedem Architects on Israel’s central coast. The crisp white structure opens to both front and rear courtyards, making for a light-filled space that echoes its location by the sea. A bridge-like entrance crosses the sunken front courtyard, leading to the double-story central living space. A six-meter-high ceiling with no central supports allows for floor to ceiling glass sliding doors that flood the space with natural light, fully integrating internal and external space. The back garden includes a perpendicular 20-meter swimming pool and outdoor entertainment area, while the rear facade can also be fully closed for privacy.