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Beautiful Angles and Curves From Japanese Designs

From Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects, these 2 family centered homes showcase utility and the perfect blend of openness and privacy.

Forget flat walls and ceilings, this home exceeded the architects’ goal to display an assortment of visual offerings, much like life itself.

Beautiful Angles and Curves From Japanese Designs

House I is a home ideal for a family of 3. The exterior seems unsuspecting of the interior splendor, but still stands out with its dome shape presence. It feels low and doesn’t invade the landscape or neighboring homes, but the inside feels large, open and curious.

Beautiful Angles and Curves From Japanese Designs

Though the entire home is an open design, there are still options throughout for privacy provided by cleverly constructed wall angles that serve as room dividers.

Beautiful Angles and Curves From Japanese Designs

The interior is economically made utilizing plywood and stone, and minimal furnishings are also smart space savers. Incorporated are multifunctional designs, like the combination bed and closet piece.

Beautiful Angles and Curves From Japanese Designs

The home emanates a sense of originality and offers an out of the box, unconfined feeling.

House H is a family focused home also, and its loft style and Y-shaped frame make it a modern and inviting space. The high pitched roof design, interior posts and layout of this 3 story home are perfect for the wood features that are showcased all through the space.

Beautiful Angles and Curves From Japanese Designs

Beautiful Angles and Curves From Japanese Designs

Again as displayed with the previous home, the architectural team had family in mind with the design as there is a sense of connectivity throughout, even if you are in separate areas. It is open yet still retains its necessary private zones.

The kitchen is in the center of the home and main floor is the family zone. The entrance to the children’s area is through the master bedroom. The lofts provide both quiet and communal zones and the strategically placed skylights in the roof and unique windows let sunlight immerse the house.

The kitchen is in the center of the home and main floor is the family zone. The entrance to the children’s area is through the master bedroom. The lofts provide both quiet and communal zones and the strategically placed skylights in the roof and unique windows let sunlight immerse the house.

Beautiful Angles and Curves From Japanese Designs

These lifestyle designs are attentive to the everyday needs of the household and utilize sensible materials in the construction, offering a distinctive and refreshing presentation.

All images are from Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects.

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