Wood-Clad Minimalist House With Three Spaces

Wood-Clad Minimalist House With Three Spaces
Japanese architect Hiroto Kawaguchi in collaboration with Kohei Yukawa built a family house overlooking the picturesque Japanese landscape. There were several aims while constructing: first of all, create three different spaces – the parent’s house, the children’s house and ‘everyone’s house’. While keeping the central space open for everyone of the house, both the parents’... 
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Smart Japanese Home Decorated With Natural Wood

Smart Japanese Home Decorated With Natural Wood
Located in Japan, this single family home is a study in minimalism. Designed in 2016 by Tukurito Architects, the simple, spartan design allows small details to shine through. The house is a unique angular building, which is black outside. The décor inside is light and with warm natural woods, that’s rather contrasting and unusual. The... 
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Old Barn Turned Into A Minimalist White House

Old Barn Turned Into A Minimalist White House
Mantua-based studio ARCHIPLAN completed the renovation of an old barn in Bomporto, Italy. The building had been partially damaged by an earthquake and was in dire need of a contemporary update.  Surrounded by abandoned farm buildings and the cultivated fields of the Modena plain, the residence is an oasis of tranquility. The front of the... 
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Minimalist MM House Constructed Of White Boxes

Minimalist MM House Constructed Of White Boxes
Mallorca’s House MM attracts attention for all the right reasons. Created by local firm Ohlab, headed by Paloma Hernaiz and Jaime Oliver, it is gently nestled within a hillside in Palma, yet its modern white form creates a clean contrast to the natural, rocky and verdant surroundings. The clients are a recently retired couple who... 
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Minimal Yet Eye-Catching Brooklyn Apartment

Minimal Yet Eye-Catching Brooklyn Apartment
This couple took a minimalist approach to their Brooklyn apartment, focusing on supple materials, subtle gradations of color, and custom finishes by local craftsmen.The apartment’s main stairwell, disguised as a Shaker cabinet–meets–Japanese tansu stair, houses storage for kitchen ephemera. The finish is hand-painted and accessorized with raw brass hardware. The kitchen strikes with a golden... 
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