A TWIST IN TRADITIONAL JAPANESE HOME DESIGN

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Something Different, Yet Still Familiar

Looking for something different when it comes to Japanese homes? Looking for that house that can offer a little bit more breathing room? Well, there’s a house in Japan that can offer you more than just a ‘little bit’.

This house was built with the idea of making the interior feel more open, which is different from the traditionally more enclosed rooms in Japan. It features a mezzanine floor between its two primary floors, and strategically placed windows to allow for natural interior lighting giving it that warm and welcoming feeling for a cozy suburban home.

Measuring about 81.99 square meters, this timber house is for those who are looking for something a little edgy and different.

In Bungotakada, a city located in Japan’s Oita prefecture, Yabashi Architect & Associates (YAA) has completed a timber house topped with a large gable roof. The brief called for a residence that featured bright and welcoming spaces, which encouraged communal family living.

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