Small House House To Catch The Tree A simple, multi-level home in Nagaoka, Japan. Photos by Isamu Murai. Designed by Takeru Shoji Architects. cabinhomemodernsmallTakeru Shoji Architects by Steven Previous Post Next Post
Wow, ugly and depressing. At least they cheaped out on the materials, too.
would be like living in a cave for me.
Considering the unsafe design of the loft – no railings – maybe the parents carry large life insurance policies on the children.
Maybe their children are just smarter than yours.
I bet this place is actually really warm and cozy feeling. I love the open spaces — very play- and movement-friendly.
I love it, practical and personal. It places an emphasis on spatial quality and cost effectiveness. That front facade has got fantastic texture, as well.