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Not Sure Why They Called It The “Melt House”… But We Are Melting With Envy

The city of Osaka, Japan is a very busy cosmopolitan area and a young Japanese family wanted to get away from the chaos. Situated just outside of the city in a slightly elevated part of town, SAI Architecture Design built the Melt House for this young family of three.

The two-storey home is truly a modern interpretation of the minimalist Japanese Zen aesthetic. Built on a narrow space of just under 750 sq. ft., the home still feels larger than life. The center of the home features a courtyard with tall trees, and they are seemingly visible from all sections of the home. The large windows help with the illusion of a larger space.

Take a look at photos of the Melt House… we are convinced it’s a peaceful, dreamy home to┬ácome home to after a long work day in the city.

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