An architectural design student in Israel has discovered a clever way to make the most of a glass floor without adding too much of an architectural element.
In a blog post on his website, M.D. Shachar explained how to build an artificial ceiling in an outdoor terrace on a hilltop in the Galilee.
The structure was originally meant to house a private residence but was later adapted for an outdoor living space.
Shachar, who works in the design field, said he had originally planned to use a traditional stone structure to create a transparent floor, but the result is a beautiful and modern floor with no need for a facade.
The house is made of the materials he discovered on the hilltop, including glass and plastic, with the help of a roof-mounted camera and a combination of materials.
Shackar said he wanted to combine the elements to create something that would have a natural feel without adding any decoration.
He added that the result of his work will be showcased at a future exhibition.
He explained that the materials chosen for the roof-side roof are made from a mixture of natural and synthetic materials.
The material used is a mix of clay and sandstone that is known to be soft and flexible.
He said the materials were used in the process of forming the glass floor.
The student used two glass tiles to make a roof, which he placed in a corner of the terrace.
He then used plastic and clay to create the glass dome.
The floor is made up of three pieces of plastic, which is placed on top of the glass tiles.
The plastic material is then covered with plastic and then coated with the clay to make an exterior layer.
The students ceiling, which has a dome and a window, is composed of five pieces of glass, which are placed in different positions on top the glass.
The windows are positioned so that the glass covers the glass ceiling, while the rest of the window frame is covered by the glass wall.
The glass dome is covered with glass and placed on the roof, while a circular glass window is placed over it, so that it is visible.
Shacks and terraces are usually built on a flat surface, and the glass floors and ceilings in this case are made out of three separate pieces of the same material.
He explained that these pieces of material are placed on a roof so that they can be raised in response to the wind.
The entire structure is made from the materials in Shachash’s backyard, and it can be viewed from his house.
Shackar explained that it takes him about a week to build the house, but it will take several months to complete the interior.
The project has already raised more than $6,000 for Shachachar’s research and construction projects.
He added that he will be showing the project at the upcoming Israeli International Design Festival in Tel Aviv, which will be held on April 20-21.