Modern Form Of Architecture: Japanese House Gallery

 This architecture creates a modern undoubtedly striking silhouette of this residential avenue Abiko, Japan. Japanese architect Shigeru architectural firm created a design that fuse, as requested by the owners, looks like a gallery space. The result is an open concept home with concrete walls that give the house a modern industrial advantage. This conception of the Japanese house is certainly a local landmark, and its geometry is one of the most interesting houses we met. A cavernous interior reflects the unusual shape of the house with light and shadow play on each other, with large skylights overhead frozen. And as you can see, less really is more - really minimalist interiors make way for his point of view of the complexity of its architecture. Architects Shigeru Fuse







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