The dining room opens up to the new concrete hearth. Old plans indicate this area was originally intended to be an open courtyard, however, the original clients enclosed it with a leaky glass canopy. The architects installed a new sloped roof that quickly channels away rainfall. The fireplace is composed of brick salvaged from the original floor and the new concrete floor features increased insulation.
At the first glance, you might think the Hidden House in Tel Aviv is simply another piece of eye candy, just another perfect combination of luxury and taste from Israeli architects Dan and Hila Israelevitz.