Minimalist House Shaped As A Wooden Tent

Minimalist House Shaped As A Wooden Tent
In a rural village in Nagaoka City, Japan, Takeru Shoji Architects has built the Hara House, a tent-like, wooden truss structure for a couple and their two children. Situated in a corner of a family-owned land, which the clients will inherit in the future, and which already includes various buildings, such as a main house,... 
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Cedar-Clad Home Inspired By Traditional Danish Barns

Cedar-Clad Home Inspired By Traditional Danish Barns
Christoffersen Welling Architects has designed a house in the Danish countryside for a family and their pet falcons. Set within a green, wooded landscape at the edge of a village, these blocks have been arranged in a U shape around a central courtyard onto which the main house opens with Corten planters and seating. Conceived... 
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Minimalist Concrete And Stone Residence In Japan

Minimalist Concrete And Stone Residence In Japan
F Residence, the combined house and office of Go Fujita, founder of architecture office Gosize, reflects a distinctive Japanese aesthetic that favors natural materials and finds beauty in simplicity. Located in Hyogo, in a beautiful natural setting selected as one of Japan’s top 100 sites for viewing cherry blossoms, the house blends within its surrounding... 
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Small Yet Functional Minimalist Flat For A Young Man

Small Yet Functional Minimalist Flat For A Young Man
When a busy young man reached out to Boq Architekti, he requested they redesign his compact, Prague apartment so that it would be the perfect crash pad when he’s in town. The 36-square-meter flat (approx. 387-square-feet) had recently been divided into two separate, walk-through rooms by the developer which made them decide not to tear... 
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Dreamy And Light-Filled Minimalist Home In White

Dreamy And Light-Filled Minimalist Home In White
314 architecture studio conceived a house meant to be experienced as a scenographic space – making the main volume as a stage on which actors ‘perform’ their daily routine. The architects also ensured the privacy for the users by encasing the home with an exterior curtain-like shell with asymmetric, curvy cutouts. The fence surrounding the... 
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Minimalist Home Infused With Old Reclaimed Wood

Minimalist Home Infused With Old Reclaimed Wood
What happens when you mix up styles and use materials that are non-typical? You get a gorgeous home with plenty of character! This house from Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy is a relevant example. The place was renovated and remodeled by Outlinestudio74 in 2019. It has a minimalist design but at the same time it is clad... 
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Minimalist Apartment Done With Concrete And Copper Pipes

Minimalist Apartment Done With Concrete And Copper Pipes
This isn’t your typical coastal home, this is an uber chic and stylish pied à terre near Barcelona’s Olympic Marina has everything you need in one tidy and compact minimalist space. Designed by Cometa architects, the 56-square-meter apartment took shape by first deconstructing the space. The architects knocked down all of the interior walls and... 
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Mountain Home Clad With Wood Sunshade

Mountain Home Clad With Wood Sunshade
Z House is a holiday home situated on a steep slope that presented many challenges for geza studio during the design process. Located in Tarvisio, Udine, Italy, the mountain house design required two volumes that are sectioned out with different heights that flow down with the slope. The house is modest in size as not... 
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The Hut: An Off-Grid Cabin In The Forest

The Hut: An Off-Grid Cabin In The Forest
Off-grid retreats and houses far from big cities are getting more and more popularity as people want to escape from what’s bothering and stressing. Today we are featuring one more such dwelling – a treehouse-inspired cabin by architect Greg Dutton. Located on a cattle farm in the Ohio Valley, The Hut is set among a... 
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Minimalist Studio Apartment With Bright Yellow Touches

Minimalist Studio Apartment With Bright Yellow Touches
Corpo Atelier has renovated a studio apartment in Vilamoura, Portugal, nearly dissipating the line between architecture and sculpture. Inside a white box, three differently configured yellow objects are individually placed. Inside, the perception of a person’s movement, of the box’s limits and of the position of the yellow objects is inevitably intertwined. Under closer inspection,... 
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