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More Tasteful Modern Villas

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In this article we are pleased to be able to feature even more designs from photographer Oded Smadar of Studio Smader. With their thoroughly modern taste and careful attention to design detail, these interiors are both beautiful and inviting, across the board and we couldnt resist giving this studio a back to back feature.

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  • Architect: DO Architecture
The exterior of this first modern home is sleek. The way the light beckons from the other side of the huge windows is immediately inviting.

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  • Architect: DO Architecture
Those massive windows slide open to create an easy flow from indoors to out.

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  • Architect: DO Architecture
The home’s reflecting pool is large, adding a focal point for the sloping yard while also functioning as a stylish border.

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  • Architect: DO Architecture

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  • Architect: DO Architecture
Inside, the home’s furnishings are well matched to one another without feeling too stiff.

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  • Architect: DO Architecture
Dark wood floors contrast with soft plush rugs and sofas.

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  • Architect: DO Architecture
The front entrance makes use of the same sliding window panes, making it difficult to distinguish nature from home.

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  • Architect: DO Architecture
A simple breakfast bar area gets light and air from surrounding windows while an outdoor dining set sits just beyond on a small patio nook.

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  • Architect: DO Architecture
Minimal furniture makes the house seem that much more open, but the occasional creative piece, like this plush chair, give the house personality.

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  • Architect: DO Architecture
The kitchen is narrow but long with spacious counters, including a gorgeous butcher block.

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  • Architect: DO Architecture
The woven wood door makes entering the home feel like entering a secret garden.

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  • Architect: Rina Doctor
This next home features some of the same low slung modern profiles, but overall has a much different atmosphere.

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  • Architect: Rina Doctor
Rather than a calming reflecting pool, this yard features enough space to swim.

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  • Architect: Rina Doctor
The beautiful entryway is shaded by plenty of greenery, giving it both privacy and vibrance.

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  • Architect: Rina Doctor
More furnishings and kincknacks lke stone vessels and mirrors make this home feel lived in and warm.

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  • Architect: Rina Doctor
A gleaming marble floor catches plenty of sunlight from the large windows and seems to lift the ceiling to massive heights.

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  • Architect: Rina Doctor
Classically styled chairs coupled with simple white sofas make this living area entirely practical but still stylish.

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  • Architect: Rina Doctor

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  • Architect: Rina Doctor
Outdoor furnishings are kept simple and minimal, lest the yard become cluttered.

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  • Architect: Tehilla Shelef Architect
This next home doesn’t have the same floor space as some of the others, but does make similar use of windows, and modern decor that is never fussy.

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  • Architect: Tehilla Shelef Architect
Sliding window panes let fresh air into the kitchen and dining area.

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  • Architect: Tehilla Shelef Architect
While durable outdoor furnishings let you choose where to sit on a whim.

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  • Architect: Tehilla Shelef Architect
White walls and a shiny stone floor make the house seem bigger while unique clustered light fixtures give it a bit of whimsy.

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  • Architect: Tehilla Shelef Architect

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  • Architect: Tehilla Shelef Architect

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  • Architect: Linenberg Rozen Architects
This large stone house has a feel that’s a bit reminiscent of a (very stylish) home in the American Southwest.

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  • Architect: Linenberg Rozen Architects
A reclaimed wood garden path is a perfectly unique touch.

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  • Architect: Linenberg Rozen Architects
Exposed ceiling beams give the large formal dining area a more rustic feel. The beams actually extend out over the patio for a very interesting visual.

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  • Architect: Linenberg Rozen Architects
The team has chosen furnishings within the same family but that don’t match exactly, which gives the space a certain class.

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  • Architect: Linenberg Rozen Architects
Antique luggage become furniture in this room fit for a wanderer.

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  • Architect: Linenberg Rozen Architects
The sliding doors to the outside are mimicked in the sliding interior doors that let light pass through, even when they are closed.

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  • Architect: Linenberg Rozen Architects

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  • Architect: Linenberg Rozen Architects
A custom pot rack is always a welcome site and ties together this spacious and beautiful kitchen.

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  • Architect: Liat Dankner Architect
This next home takes the large sliding window theme and pulls it up into the second story as well.

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  • Architect: Liat Dankner Architect
The home’s entry is carefully landscaped with mosses and colorful, native plants.

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  • Architect: Liat Dankner Architect

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  • Architect: Liat Dankner Architect

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  • Architect: Liat Dankner Architect
Including a nicely manicured tree that resembles an overgrown bonsai.

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  • Architect: Liat Dankner Architect
The living areas are also spacious with lots of attention paid to keep lines clean and simple.

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  • Architect: Liat Dankner Architect
Thought much of the furnishing choices are grey to beige, colorful light fixtures and art pieces add important splashes throughout the home.

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  • Architect: Liat Dankner Architect
Supple leather seating is plentiful while its simple design keeps the room uncluttered.

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  • Architect: Liat Dankner Architect

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  • Architect: Liat Dankner Architect
A dining table for twelve could be full every night in this beautiful home.

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  • Architect: Liat Dankner Architect
A fireplace built directly into a concrete wall is not only a feat of engineering, but makes a beautiful sight even when the fire is out.

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  • Architect: Liat Dankner Architect

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  • Architect: Liat Dankner Architect
Shelving is perfect for the display of small pieces, but tucked away enough so as not to be distracting.

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  • Architect: Liat Dankner Architect

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  • Architect: V Studio
Bringing wicked furniture indoors is a challenge but it works in this sunny living room.

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  • Architect: V Studio

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  • Architect: V Studio
Another big dining room for families that love to entertain, this table features a creative serving area at one end where there is no seating.

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  • Architect: V Studio

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  • Architect: Mikita Studio
It is always lovely when designers find a good way to include a television without giving it center stage in the design.

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  • Architect: Mikita Studio

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  • Architect: Mikita Studio

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  • Architect: Mikita Studio

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  • Architect: Mikita Studio
Who doesn’t long for a huge, deep tub to wash away the day?

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  • Architect: Mikita Studio


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