Excerpt: Metal Lace House is an example of residential architecture designed by Anderman Architects in Caesarea, Israel. Sukkah that gives a nice shade, with wind and a dune and sea in the back. They did a sukkah.
[Text as submitted by architect] The clients bought the plot because of the open sea view. From the end of the plot until the the shore there is just nature, dunes and and renovated quarry. One week later we stood there in the plot 3 meters height on the tractor shuffle bucket showing us what we can see from the second floor, and you could see.
The amazing view took us in a second and we were charmed by it. It was obvious that we need maintain the view undisturbed and that means minimum use of material, disturb and maximum open clean view.
This minimum took us to the the simplicity of old sandy beaches of Jaffa, Acre and Caesarea. Sukkah. The sukkah gives shades and let the wing go thought while remaining open to the view and let you absorb the view. So we did a Sukkah from aluminum.
This is not the traditional Sukkah and it’s a very complicated structure with loads of technology and words of architects that makes everything more complicated. In the end we just did a sukkah. Sukkah that gives a nice shade, with wind and a dune and sea in the back. We did a sukkah.