This is a lovely house by Pitzo Kedem Architects. Although the images are very compelling, I'm sad to say it's the latest addition to the many projects I will probably never get a chance to visit in my lifetime. That's not to say it's not worthy of a visit, merely that an architect has a very finite amount of time and resources to visit architectural specimens. It's an unfortunate reality of the profession and of life, there simply isn't a way to see and do everything you would hope to do. We instead rely on images to help us understand the work. Below you'll find various photographs, renderings and drawings. Each tell us something a little different about the architecture. I also thought it would be interesting to have photographs and renderings side by side. I think that many architects try to use renderings as kind of a substitute photograph for marketing and selling purposes, but then the photographs replace them eventually. I hope we can start to make renderings that are a worthy subject in their own right and not just a placeholder. Similarly, I hope photographs never take the place of our experience of architecture.
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