Traditional Japanese house "Chiiori" in Iya Valley, Shikoku

One in a series of illustrated guides, focusing on design and the multifaceted landscape of Japanese living today, by the art publisher Taschen.

House before House _Sou FUJIMOTO

House before House _Sou FUJIMOTO Photo by Woranol Sattayavinij Modern close living architecture

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Barn Style Home Design by Japanese Architecture Firm

This awesome barn style home design is a unique workshop / home in Hamamatsu City by Japanese architecture firm Yukiharu Suzuki & Associates. This industrial-chic house has a “homey” twist.

For a traveller there could hardly be a more Japanese combination: the ryokan (traditional inn) and the onsen (hot spring bath). In a ryokan, traditional Japanese architecture is complemented by a Japanese garden, but it’s the onsen ryokan, with access to natural hot spring pools, that offers the last word in relaxation. http://www.lonelyplanet.com/campaigns/healthy-holidays/?section=unwind&experience=relax-in-a-traditional-ryokan

For a traveller there could hardly be a more Japanese combination: the ryokan (traditional inn) and the onsen (hot spring bath).

moss carpet, controlled lines and geometric architecture meets nature and natural forms, natural vs. man made, simple, evokes a sense of peace and possibly intimacy since it seems to be in a wooded area

Single level contemporary home in Orcas Island in Washington State, USA

My dream house would have a small outdoor garden in the center of the house. -Moss garden inside a small patio. The Eagle Ridge Residence by Gary Gladwish Architecture.

Love the wood panels, the tatami mats and the paper screens. What's not to love at the Chuokan Shimizuya Ryokan?

Ryokan - Love the wood panels, the tatami mats and the paper screens. What's not to love at the Chuokan Shimizuya Ryokan?

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Interior of Japanese country house, with central fire pit and thatched ceiling. A rural farmhouse restored by Kenji Tsuchisawa, on the border of Tochigi and Ibaraki prefectures.

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