When designing or building spaces the harmony of the visual field is very important.
I love traditional architecture for its use of natural materials, and the orientation of the house in order to maximize natural light. Also some rooms are warm in winter while others are cool in summer.
Seeing a beautiful bed before going to sleep and slipping into pure cotton sheets is part of the Beit el Nessim experience.
This thinking is extended to food; natural, fresh products that appeal to the senses.
Along with a levantine aesthetic, you will find a subtle fondness for the Indian aesthetic at our Beit. Textile and furniture and spices have been brought form India.
When traveling I like to spend some time in one place; walk the streets and the alleyways, taste the street food (sweet and savory), guess the influences that have made their way into this culture; feel the history, present and guess poetically its future.