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first_img Projects Photographs Save this picture!© Yoav Peled+ 27Curated by María Francisca González Share CopyHouses, Renovation•Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel Family House Extension in Tel Aviv / RUST architectsSave this projectSaveFamily House Extension in Tel Aviv / RUST architects Family House Extension in Tel Aviv / RUST architects Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/946255/family-house-extension-in-tel-aviv-rust-architects Clipboard Architects: RUST architects Area Area of this architecture project Israel “COPY” ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/946255/family-house-extension-in-tel-aviv-rust-architects Clipboard 2020 CopyAbout this officeRUST architectsOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentRenovationTel Aviv-YafoOn FacebookIsraelPublished on August 25, 2020Cite: “Family House Extension in Tel Aviv / RUST architects” 25 Aug 2020. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Photographs:  Yoav PeledDesign Team:RUST architectsCity:Tel Aviv-YafoCountry:IsraelMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Yoav PeledRecommended ProductsWindowsVitrocsaMinimalist Window – SlidingBlinds / Mosquito Nets / CurtainsBANDALUXConcealed Blind System – One-BoxLightsLonghiLamp – AkilelePorcelain StonewareApavisaFloor Tiles – RegenerationText description provided by the architects. RUST Architects planned an additional floor to an old apartment block in the north of Tel Aviv. The old neighborhood is being renovated and permits architects to add extensions to the apartment buildings that were built with at the time of the establishment of the State of Israel. The residential buildings that received the title “Railway Buildings” are 2 story structures that were built to house young families, university workers and civil servants in the 1950s.The specific housing structure has a number of stairwells for each block leading to the top floor apartments.Save this picture!© Yoav PeledRUST architects planned on the original top an additional floor with a sloping roof which created a large, tall space that turned the small apartment into a family house with an open balcony and a double-height public space. In order to let natural light in, 4 skylight windows were placed on the sloping roof so that all the interior spaces receive air and light.Save this picture!© Yoav PeledSave this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!© Yoav PeledIn order to maintain the simple and modernist design of the building, the architects maintained a functional and convenient division and a simple and suitable design. Shany Tal, an architect and partner at RUST Architects, says “that the process was first and foremost to create comfort in order to turn the small apartment into a family home that can be used by the family for many years to come with the changing functions of a growing family.”Save this picture!© Yoav PeledSave this picture!© Yoav Peled”The use of natural wood, concrete, terrazzo floor and light wood carpentry creates a pleasant environment and allows the family to give it a personal touch with personal objects and elements so that the architecture and fixed elements do not catch too much attention. Light was the most important element and entered gently from all facades and the sloping roof.”Save this picture!© Yoav PeledSave this picture!SectionSave this picture!© Yoav PeledThe architects planned the addition of the building but left the original concrete beams in order to keep the original character of the building, believing that Israeli housing buildings already have smart and good architecture that can be maximized during this period and not demolished or ignored.Save this picture!© Yoav PeledAll the carpentry and framing details in the house were designed by the architects who also created a white library which is the tallest element in the public space. The kitchen is the most significant stain of color and is open to the public space but concealed with the help of a lower ceiling and a seating area that produces a clear space for the kitchen and dining area.Save this picture!© Yoav PeledThe electrical and air conditioning systems are hidden inside the carpentry details, as is a small kitchenette in the family living room on the second floor. The staircase is made of bent metal and hangs with the help of cables that also serve as a railing. Simple lighting fixtures are scattered and illuminate mainly elements and walls in order to wash the house pleasantly during the evening.Save this picture!© Yoav PeledProject gallerySee allShow lessYerevan-Based SNKH Studio Designs the 2020 Garage Screen Cinema in Moscow, RussiaArchitecture NewsOMA Unveils Images of the Newly Transformed Tiffany & Co. Fifth Avenue Flagship Stor…Architecture News Share Area:  145 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” Houseslast_img read more

first_imgThe 15th annual Bayou Rendezvous took over the Howlin’ Wolf on Friday, May 5th, after the official festivities for New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival had come to a close for the day. It was a massive musical affair, with nine bands performing across the two stages. The event is a perfect example of how charity and music go hand-in-hand, with a portion of the event’s proceeds going to the New Orleans Musician’s Clinic & Assistance Foundation, a charity that helps secure health care for the city’s many musicians.As is the Jazz Fest way, Bayou Rendezvous this year was jam-packed with special collaborations, sit-ins, and all-star groups that can only be brought together when hordes of world-class musicians flock to New Orleans during this time of year. One of the supergroup’s topping the Bayou Rendezvous bill this year was the Bayou Rendezvous All-Stars, tapping noted musicians Johnny Vidacovich (Astral Project), Ivan Neville (Dumpstaphunk), Oteil Burbridge (Dead and Co., Allman Bros.), Kofi Burbridge (Tedeschi Trucks Band), Stanton Moore (Galactic), and Eric McFadden (P-Funk, Anders Osborne) to round out its lineup.Building an “All-Star” band is more than just grabbing the best players available who happen to know the same handful of songs and throwing them onstage together. Matching playing styles and personalities is a big part of the equation. Luckily for all involved, the drumming duties were carried out by Galactic‘s Stanton Moore and ‘Nawlins drum legend and elder statesman Johnny Vidacovich. Their symbiotic style of play is born from countless hours of jamming between them, and this familiarity created an almost family-like vibe as the base of the performance.Not that Allman Brothers and Dead & Co bassist Oteil and Tedeschi Trucks Band’s organ and flute wizard, Kofi Burbridge, needed anymore of a familial connection—with the two brothers together, the energy skyrocketed. Add Ivan Neville, a man whose surname is one of the most evocative and synonymous with the sound of the New Orleans, and you have a supergroup sprung from the deepest of shared roots. This focus on family—musical and blood—fits perfectly with the charity beneficiaries of the evening, the New Orleans Musician’s Clinic & Assistance Foundation.Since 1988, the Foundation has helped the under and uninsured part of the city’s extensive musician population get the health care they so desperately need. Dedicating yourself to making music for the world to enjoy can be rewarding, but not as lucrative as one would hope. By providing a safety net to New Orleans’ many musicians, the clinic allows them to keep doing what they love (and sharing it with us grateful folks), and also provides a sense of well-being to their families as well.As such, when given the chance to help out other struggling musicians, players come in a little sharper and ready to give their all. Before we get to the sharing portion of the piece, we wanted to remind you that the caring part of this article never stops. The Clinic is always in need, and donations can be made HERE to this wonderful and necessary charity that keeps the music we love for nice and healthy.We’ve already seen some lovely photos from the Bayou Rendezvous from Chad Anderson and some fun videos from Dr. Klaw‘s set from our own Rex Thomson, but now let’s check out a few high lights from the epic set from this collection of top talent of The Bayou Rendezvous All-Stars giving their all for the twin causes of funk and family.“Get Back>Sing A Simple Song”“Will It Go Round In Circles”Jamlast_img read more