30 August 2013

A 300-Year-Old House Transformed Into A Minimalist Modern Home

Tel Aviv-based firm Pitsou Kedem Architects has transformed a 300-year-old house into stunning modern home.

Located in the ancient port city of Jaffa, Israel, the recently renovated property is a beautiful mix of the old and the new—known for their minimalist approach, the architectural firm has managed to keep the historical feel of the house without turning it into a time capsule.

Its sparsely furnished, almost futuristic interiors creates an interesting contrast with the original arches and exposed old stone walls—the serene 180 square meters residence is also designed to maximise access to the breath-taking sea view.

View more images of this lovely home below.

[via The Cool Hunter]