WHY THIS MODERN HOUSE STANDS OUT IN THIS JAPANESE TOWN
It’s Unique With a Modern Aesthetic
Against quaint, white Japanese houses and the hills in Miyazaki, Japan is this modern box home. The black loft stands out against its backdrop and other counterparts. It is completely wrapped in black corrugated iron with just two large sliding doors opening and a window on the upper floor. The perfect 8×8 meter cube fits four families comfortably as it has quite an interesting foreplay of architecture on the inside.
The house has interiors that contrast its outside appearance. It is very bright with everything colored white and spacious with a double-height entertaining area. It has an open plan area with a living, kitchen, and bathroom which are all connected through wall and floor openings. The second floor can be accessed through a white staircase and various suspended metal bridges. The bridges are meant to offer a different perspective on the house’s interiors. Indeed, the interiors are a sight to behold.
It is unique in the most subtle ways and makes the most of the natural setting in terms of color, ventilation, light, and styling elements. The loft almost has a mystery box feeling where there is a purposeful surprise hidden in very little detail.
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