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Pitsou Kedem Architects’ SB House is a fusion of contrasts. It blends the opaqueness of concrete with the transparency of glass, the delicateness of wood with the sturdiness of steel, uniting them all into a sleek and ultra-modern structure.

The combination of concrete and glass exteriors create both private and exposed spaces within a structure that’s generally open plan, which also fills the space with varying intensities of light. Elevated walkways made from a combination of steel and concrete wrap around the structure’s interior, without the support of any pillars; this, paradoxically makes these heavy duty materials feel as though they’re floating above the ground floor.

For more Pitsou Kedem constructs, check out the firm’s Concrete Cut House.

Words by Aleks Eror
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