Just a great design from Kyoto-based katsunobu tasho architecture + unvoice. Really inspiring use of the plot, deferring one corner of the home's potential footprint to a gravel courtyard and, in the process, creating a surprisingly intriguing roofline. Its modest materials and decidedly sterile interior adds to its sense of quiet, while its openness to the street adds a new, welcoming dimension. For more, visit k tasho. Via designboom.
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Posted by Purekitchen at 2:52 PM