Created by Japanese architect Tomoaki Uno, the beautiful House in Minamiyama was constructed as a up to date assertion of construction in a properly outlined space.
Made from concrete, the residence impresses the viewer with its measurement, pure trendy strains and a surprising minimalist inside design. The modular three-storey residence used the terrain to its profit and creates the considered a buried residence, safely hidden from curious eyes on the sloping terrain. The entrance of the home is situated on the third flooring, at street diploma.
The rooftop acts like a border for privateness and the residence continues to undulate its type downward, into the once more yard. A prolonged, white staircase connects each of the flooring on the floor and one different set of stairs does the equivalent issue on the inside. The open dwelling plan permits a minimalist design, using solely main furnishings to create a spectacular, muddle-free setting.
Minimalist Swedish Residence With Lavish Furnishings
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