Golan House is a closed white box, devoid of any decorative element, minimal but elegant, essential and sophisticated at the same time. The project was created in Tel Aviv by the Pitsou Kedem design studio. Inside, long horizontal lines stretch along the walls allowing natural light to penetrate the structure creating a sensual interplay of light and shadows and resulting in an effective movement mirrored and reinforced by the vertical and horizontal lines echoed in the furnishings.
This interplay is further enhanced by the Synua security door, the jewel in the Oikos Venezia crown. The outer coating chosen for Synua, absolute black stoneware, contrasts with the pure white exterior surface even if the strength of this contrast is attenuated by the presence of a steel strip.
Yet colour is not the only tool used to create the desired effect: the horizontal lines created by the nine spaces covered by the door help to create a silent yet explicit and effective dialogue that had already begun with the choice of the interiors.