A Beautiful, Contemporary Home Designed For Slow Living



One of the things I love about writing My Scandinavian Home is discovering homes all over the world – with a Scandinavian touch! This beautiful home in Netanya, Israel appeared on Vosgesparis the other day and I couldn’t resist re-sharing it here. Designed by architect Zachit Tshuva, the home has been finished with calm, light colours and natural materials to create an oasis in which to enjoy a slower pace of life. Enjoy the tour! 
The space is clean, simple geometric shaped and minimalistic in terms of the architectural plan. We have combined local touches, details and surprising materials in subtle ways to add character. For example, curved classic railings start where a mash industrial rail ends. Basic white linen curtains create a soft filter between the outside and inner space.” Zachit Tshuva 

Beautiful! 
Despite the contemporary feel and clean lines, there’s a wonderful softness to the space which perhaps stems from using a female architect.
And all that light too! 
Could you imagine living here?
Discover other international homes with a Scandinavian-vibe in this archive. 
Per and I are enjoying our last couple of days in Italy – it’s soooo beautiful here (see stories for more!). 
I hope you have a fabulous weekend! See you Monday!
Niki
Photography: Italy Beni / Styling Leeloue Home

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One of the things I love about writing My Scandinavian Home is discovering homes all over the world – with a Scandinavian touch! This beautiful home in Netanya, Israel appeared on Vosgesparis the other day and I couldn’t resist re-sharing it here. Designed by architect Zachit Tshuva, the home has been finished with calm, light colours and natural materials to create an oasis in which to enjoy a slower pace of life. Enjoy the tour! 
The space is clean, simple geometric shaped and minimalistic in terms of the architectural plan. We have combined local touches, details and surprising materials in subtle ways to add character. For example, curved classic railings start where a mash industrial rail ends. Basic white linen curtains create a soft filter between the outside and inner space.” Zachit Tshuva 

Beautiful! 
Despite the contemporary feel and clean lines, there’s a wonderful softness to the space which perhaps stems from using a female architect.
And all that light too! 
Could you imagine living here?
Discover other international homes with a Scandinavian-vibe in this archive. 
Per and I are enjoying our last couple of days in Italy – it’s soooo beautiful here (see stories for more!). 
I hope you have a fabulous weekend! See you Monday!
Niki
Photography: Italy Beni / Styling Leeloue Home