House in Nagoya by Suppose Design Office | Dezeen
Japanese architects Suppose Design Office have completed a residence in Nagoya, Japan, featuring a room dedicated to plants. The house, situated on a narrow plot surrounded by neighbouring houses, accommodates the client's desire for a vibrant garden by including a landscaped "garden room" bordering the main living space. The architects aimed to treat the rooms
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Wieden+Kennedy by WORKac
Office cuts at Wieden+Kennedy? Yep, and they’re big: WORKac pierced the floors with two circular apertures to connect the levels at the New York ad agency.
Shelf Pod: House of Storage in Japan
This 52 square meter (560 square feet) private home in Japan was designed to artfully store the client’s massive collection of books. With pine shelves covering every wall surface, the open-plan home is a bibliophile’s dream!Like a giant grid, the whole plan of the house (including furnishings) was based on the scale of the shelving.Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio designed a dome-like wooden roof and a clay exterior to help keep the book collection at the proper humidity level.
a-art house by kazuyo sejima for the inujima art house project
a-art house by kazuyo sejima is a transparent, walk through pavilion with vibrant pink, red, and yellow motifs encompassing the facade.
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