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Unique House Reminding Of A Hare Form

Wed, Nov 21, 2012 | Minimalist home designs

The architecture and design of this house in Matsumoto, Japan, is inspired by the nature which surrounds this place, including the animal holes. Architect Takuya Tsuchida from 555 Studio tells that the feeling of the ambient was to be put into the stones of the building. The inside is decorated with concrete and wood which reminds of the birds’ nests....Continue Reading...


Compact Birdhouse-Shaped Minimalist Home

Thu, Oct 27, 2011 | Modern home designs

Look at this compact house called River Side by Mizuishi Studio in Tokyo. The area is just 29,07 square meters. Everything is done just like the Japanese are used to do: minimalist, simple, stylish and smart. Functionality is the key to everything. Even the birdhouse-shape with tight space is successfully done in a functional and smart way to use every...Continue Reading...


Stunning Japanese House Design with Rooftop Glass Bathroom

Mon, Oct 25, 2010 | Minimalist home designs

That isn’t the first stunning work by Suppose Design. They really enjoy to combine Japanese minimalism and natural plants in interior design and their latest work only prove that. Argo Egota is a three-storey building in Tokyo separated for several apartments with truly stunning rooftop bathroom with glass walls. This spa area is a centerpiece of the...Continue Reading...


House by a Quiet River Deep in the Mountain with Cool Floor Plan

Thu, Feb 4, 2010 | Minimalist home designs

This house by a quiet river, deep in the mountains is designed to be connected to this landscape. It is divided into two wings, with the hole-shaped terrace in between serving to connect the wood in the back of the house with the woods on the opposite bank. There are many artificial pools that are filled with lotus right by the house. Walls are created to...Continue Reading...


Modern Minimalist Townhouse That is Stucked Between Very Old Neighbors

Tue, Jan 12, 2010 | Minimalist home designs

Townhouse in Landskrona is a modern minimalist house that is stucked between very old and beautiful buildings. It is designed by by Swedish architect firm Elding Oscarson even though the thoughtful design and style looks more like work of Japanese architects. As exterior as interior the design is minimalist and simple. Three thin slabs are projected into...Continue Reading...


Japanese House Design with Garden Room Inside

Tue, Sep 22, 2009 | Small home designs

The main feature of a small house in Nagoya designed by Suppose Design Office is a garden room in the middle of the house. It doesn’t look like usual garden rooms with a lot of plants and big windows – it’s positioned in the middle of the house and continues its minimalist design. The room isn’t treated differently from other rooms....Continue Reading...


A-House – Contemporary Single Family House

Japanese architects are well known for their experimental, contemporary, minimalist architecture. This house designed by Hiroyuki Fukuyama and situated in Setagaya, Tokyo is one of examples that combines all these styles. It’s situated almost in the city center and stands out from the neighborhood. Very contemporary from the outside it has unusual...Continue Reading...


PACO – Japanese Minimalism In Small Houses

Mon, Jan 26, 2009 | Small home designs

Paco is Japanese step in small houses. It’s designed by Jo Nagasaka+Schemata Architecture Office and has a size of container house (3m²). It brings minimalist design in such container houses. Paco has open roof and autonomous infrastructure what made it perfect to put in your garden or on your favorite surf place. There are plenty of similar...Continue Reading...


The Most Minimalist House in Japan

Fri, Jan 23, 2009 | Minimalist home designs

There are plenty of minimalist house designs in Japan. Although the house designed by Datar beat them all. This family private house is all about clear lines and simple white color. There isn’t anything not white outside so it will stand up even near other minimalist Japanese houses. If floors was made white too than without furniture you could miss...Continue Reading...


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