This small house in Nagoya, Japan was designed by Suppose Design Office in the style of Japanese minimalism. It is the mix of a flower shop, an art gallery and living quarters. The house denies any boundaries between these spaces. Simple white façade is opened to the street and the yard at the ground floor, while the living space placed at the upper levels is entirely isolated from the city noise opening with the glass walls from the opposite side. The side facades as opposed to the main flat one resemble the paper bends of origami. The ceilings are also corrugated at the two lower levels.
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