Japan’s Modernist Spread House is an Elegant, Low-Impact Home with a Tree Growing Through It

Japan's Modernist Spread House is an Elegant, Low-Impact Home with a Tree Growing Through It

Japan’s Modernist Spread House is an Elegant, Low-Impact Home with a Tree Growing Through It Spread House by Makoto Takei + Chie Nabeshima / TNA – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

A simple and modern Japanese house by Studio Synapse. This room has wabi elements, as it is simple, uses natural materials, and was obviously constructed by hand (built in shelves, table, paneling). It may not be sabi since it is a new construction, however the design is very classic. This could be a "modern" California home from the late 40s.

A simple and modern Japanese house by Studio Synapse

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Born in Tokyo in Teruo Miyahara studied concrete engineering at University. After graduation he joined Takenaka Corporation. House TTN (showcased here) is located at Shibamata, Tokyo Japan.

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23+ Modern Japanese Interior Style Ideas

Shell structured house by ARTechnic architects Architects: Kotaro Ide / ARTechnic architects Location: Kitasaku, Nagano, Japan Assistants: Moriyuki Fujihara, Ruri Mitsuyasu, Takashi Mototani (former Transition

Good Example of Creative Modern Japanese Architecture: U3 House

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Roundup of posts from our other sites BlazePress and Linxspiration. You can check out the previous episode here – Random Inspiration

Bring the outside in | Inside out houses. Modern Japanese Architecture

Built by Sou Fujimoto in Oita, Japan with date Images by Iwan Baan. The house itself is comprised of three shells of progressive size nested inside one anothe.

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