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Israeli studio Gitai Architects built the minimalist structure at the western observation point of the Mitzpe Ramon crater, where it is easily accessible from the town of Mitzpe Ramon via a natural path. The square building has a circular interior and an opening facing the desert, as well as a built-in seat where travellers can rest.
This building designed for photographer Avraham Soskin is divided into two asymmetrical wings, each with its own entrance and stairwell. The front wing – designed as the family home – has a flat roof with a pergola and a horizontal emphasis, expressed in rows of windows and the balconies' elongated ventilation slits.