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The Home in Kyobate, designed by Naoko Horibe, was designed with the family’s two youthful kids in ideas. Centered spherical a Japanese-sort mezzanine that has typical tatami flooring, the world hyperlinks quite a lot of areas within the house, along with offering a view to the widespread area underneath. It’s moreover the rationale for the extending facade on the surface.
The protruding element is what offers the surface its character with the horizontal picket slats juxtaposing the cream-colored clear finish on the rest of the house.
The delicate picket and white inside truly maintain the world open and light-weight-crammed.
I really like how every sq. inch of space is used and used properly on this residence. Cabinets are put in everywhere there’s empty space.
Pictures by Eiji Tomita.