Designed by Israeli architects Pitsou Kedem, the aptly-named White Gallery House is an exercise in living artfully — figuratively and literally.
Laden with museum-like clean lines, white walls and natural light, this stunning contemporary abode was designed both to showcase the owner’s extensive art collection and to be a work of art in and of itself.
Structured like a light box, the space has depth and dimension and plenty of room for the works on display to breathe.
The abundance of art sparks a feeling of warmth amid the home’s stark minimalism, and provides endless opportunities for self-reflection and inspiration.
And yet, for all the beautiful art that adorns its walls, the residence’s most spectacular feature is probably its swimming pool. The infinity-edged centrepiece is partially integrated into the living space, which means you can dive in directly from the couch. Pretty damn cool.