This project was featured in the 2011 Israel Architectural Digest. It consists of several outdoor areas with a variety of sitting spots for different hours in the day and for a variety of uses.
The fruit trees at the front serve as a boundary between the garden and the street and form an intimate private space. The evergreen plants and wooden deck at the back garden seem as an extension of the indoor living room parquet floor, so the living space becomes much greater. A blooming planter at the garden edge makes creates an illusion of depth.