Each house has a name meant to evoke its distinguishing characteristic. In the foreground is a house called The Hamlet, which is actually composed of four reconfigurable pieces. “It’s like a small village inside the neighborhood,” Gilad says. Another, in which the façade is stretched to a tiny point, is called The Vanishing House. Having grown up in a Bauhaus apartment in Tel Aviv, Gilad says his ideal home would be something with a red tiled roof. “But I don’t live in the neighborhood,” he laughs.