A travellers’  cabin
Matkot is travellers’ cabin situated on the shoreline, in a man-made cave carved in the eolianite ridge. Named after a popular Israeli beach game, the cabin’s functional areas are inside the carved stone, while the circulation system and a small balcony overlooking the sea are exposed. Matkot incorporates the Nordic logging building technique into the Israeli landscape.
Location:  Gaash shoreline, Israel  | Area: 50 sqm

Instructed by Arch. Simon Friedman

4-th semester, School of Architecture, Tel Aviv University
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