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Ultra Minimalist And Thin House With Ladders Connecting Stories

Wed, Aug 8, 2012 | Minimalist home designs | By Kate
 
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Minimalist architecture is very popular, especially in Asia. Japanese designers continue to create unusual architectural pieces like this one – House T by Japanese studio Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects. This is a four-storied house where every level is connected with wooden ladders that have built-in storage. The interior is ultra-minimalist: white walls, lots of natural wood, minimalist furniture of natural materials, planters with simple plants and flowers. The space is very open and seems wide though there isn’t much space. The ladders connect different rooms, lamps of different lengths also hang through the holes and a final ladder leads up to a terrace on the roof.

Source: dezeen, shnzk

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