Posts Tagged ‘japanese design’
Japanese Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio has completed an unusual house for a young couple near Nagoya in a calm village of Tsushima. The building has a pentagonal shape, which arised from the space between the houses. Thanks to its form the house was called Pentagonal House. Inside it was divided into 5 zones, united by dining pentagonal table in the middle. Designers use traditional methods for decoration: wood, rounded corners and a white Japanese plaster. It seems unbelievable how such a beautiful, spacious and functional building could occupy an area of 88 square meters. This is a project of great talent, how do you think?
Could you imagine your own town in the house? This unique idea was realized by Suppose design office in Buzen, Japan. Architects offered to turn links and routes between rooms into streets and squares. It creates a magnificent effect changing the habitual relationships inside-outside. The house composed of individual cubes for the kitchen, bathroom, living rooms and bedroom. But the most unusual look was achieved using a glass roof. So you can see stars at night and sunlight during the day. Children will be happy to walk and play in the house like this. To my mind this house is cool and has its originality of design.