Bitsaron ResidenceMediterranean Deck, Tel Aviv

Internal Design: Daniella Cohen
Photography: Jonathan Bloom and Boaz Lavie

Example of a small tuscan deck design in Tel Aviv —  Houzz
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bmaya2191 wrote:May 8, 2018
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    Davidie Rozin Architects

    Hi, Thanks. The bottom part is a plastered concrete or concrete block wall.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to Simple Pleasures: Cultivate Everyday Joie de VivreApr 1, 2014

Spend more time in the fresh air. Whether it’s simply taking your coffee out onto the terrace of your hotel each morning or going on long walks exploring the city, when you are en vacance, it seems natural to be outside more often. But back home, all too often we get stuck in the same routines, cooped up in our homes and offices, rarely feeling the sunshine on our skin. What an easy thing to remedy! Try bringing your coffee or tea onto the porch, go for a walk on your lunch break or take an after-dinner stroll. On the weekend spruce up your outdoor space to make it more enticing, and make a point of using it more.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Chad Dixon added this to Los ArbolesJun 9, 2019

brackets-Raise Fence at rear yard.

Gabrielle Neal added this to Dream HouseMay 11, 2019

Adding height to wall makes for extra privacy. Built in seating space saving and instant

Clo Whitaker added this to WhitakerOct 30, 2018

Do we think built in benches/seating is better on south side from the standpoint of something getting stolen? Or in the other hand do they become convenient overnight resting places for people that don’t have a place to sleep?

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