Muse(um) House by Anderman Architects

Anderman Architects has designed a home called Muse(um) House for clients who have a huge collection of various items. Located in Ra’anana, Israel, the house with a built area of 420m² (4,521ft²) was completed in 2017.

In this project we were not only architects but also curators. Keeping in mind the best way to display this extraordinary collection. Surely this is not a museum. It is a home. But planning these two diverse functions in one was challenging.

The planning as well as the execution of the project was a slow process in which the clients were extremely involved. Our main moto always remained: “we will plan your frame, you will inject the content”

The overall aesthetics is rich in basic and rough materials. Our “frame” is primal and basic, based on materials such as raw concrete, OSB panels, unfinished steel and rusty tin, allowing the costumers collection to shine. Not steeling any focus. Working together as one.

— Anderman Architects



Photographs by Amit Geron
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