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A House in Saitama by Satoru Hirota Architects

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 06, 2012 05:32 PM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified Jun 04, 2012

The description for this house in Saitama, Japan by Satoru Hirota Architects on Architizer is almost like a poem: “A small house was placed with equal distance to the city. Window was pierced randomly inspiring for the configuration of the room. Space diversity brought about by the slight difference in height. Has been — Continue reading …




 

 

The description for this house in Saitama, Japan by Satoru Hirota Architects on Architizer is almost like a poem:

“A small house was placed with equal distance to the city. Window was pierced randomly inspiring for the configuration of the room. Space diversity brought about by the slight difference in height. Has been enclosed space is simple but rich.” We don’t really know what it means, but we can see the inside to this home is a beautiful as any writing out there. Like a visual poem.

Rich walnut woods and sleek angles create cave-like rooms that let light in, in a meaningful way.

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