Japanese architecture embodies such design elements as material clarity and sculptural so it is not hard to see how the Concrete Box house by Christopher Robertson of Robertson Design is...

Concrete Box House Influenced by Japanese Design

Japanese architecture embodies such design elements as material clarity and sculptural so it is not hard to see how the Concrete Box house by Christopher Robertson of Robertson Design is.

Beautiful  Japanese architecture that blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor.

Beautiful Japanese architecture that blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor.House N Architect: Sou Fujimoto Location: Oita, Japan Year built:

Modern minimalistic Japanese architecture     http://shinichiogawa.com/

Image 5 of 21 from gallery of Cube Court House / Shinichi Ogawa & Associates. Photograph by shinichi ogawa & associates

Japanese architecture studio mA-style architects designed the 'Light Walls House', a minimal home with wooden roof beams that diffuse natural sunlight in a unique way. Located in a residential area in Toyokawa, the sun-drenched interiors consist of four individual boxes that act as private spaces and can be entered via ladders

A Minimal Wooden House Filled With Natural Sunlight By mA-Style Architects

Light Walls House by mA-style Architects. Perimeter skylights throw light across a grid of exposed wooden ceiling beams inside this home by Japanese studio mA-style Architects. Positioned in a shady.

50 Exemples de l'incroyable Architecture japonaise moderne (10)

50 Exemples de l'incroyable Architecture japonaise moderne

Japanese Tatami living corner with storage under the Tatami (Sunken storage)

The grass tatami mats help to control moisture levels in the dining area and hide inbuilt sunken storage boxes beneath. Image by Angela Keoghan

Japanese architecture, black matte traditional floor in traditional style house

Love the deep grain on this floor. Japanese corridor, tottalt the cusacappe house( my neighbour Totoro).

HOUSE IN SEYA  SEYA,YOKOHAMA,KANAGAWA / JAPAN / 2009 by Suppose Design Office #architecture #japanese

House in Seya / Suppose Design Office Architects: Suppose Design Office Location: Kanagawa, Japan Project Year: interior room design design decorating house design

Japanese room, Washitsu 和室 clean lines, simplicity and symmetrical balance

How To Add Japanese Style To Your Home

Architecture firm SJB have designed the renovation of a small pavilion style house that draws inspiration from Japanese architecture and natural materials. #Architecture #ModernHouse

SJB Design A Small House In A Small Town In Australia

Architecture firm SJB have designed the renovation of a small pavilion style house that draws inspiration from Japanese architecture and natural materials.

Traditional Japanese Temple | Read More Info

Check out the latest Japanese Architecture. Click the image to get access to our website.

Pinterest
Search