Israel's striking LAHO House is wrapped with colorful reclaimed wood
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This curious one-storey home sits on a plot's corner leaving the rest of the garden for greenery and recreation. Two layers of exposed concrete comprise the floor and ceiling, which are combined with white stucco walls --a sustainable material traditionally made from lime, sand and water. The home is divided in daytime and nighttime activities; on one side there is the kitchen, living room, porch and garden, while at the back are the children and master bedrooms. Related: Israeli architects...