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* Residential Architecture: House in Kokubunji by Suppose Design Office

Posted by the editors on Saturday, 18 February 2012

Residential Architecture: House in Kokubunji by Suppose Design Office: “..overlapping openings in the walls and ceilings of this..house…create dozens of views between rooms..Contained within a rectangular wooden volume, the family house accommodates rooms for living and sleeping on its two main floors, plus an open-plan loft accessed by ladders..”  The rather austere exterior of this box-like home hides a multi-level, open but defined, interior, including extensive wood, interior plants, glass flooring, excellent though spare furnishings and an interior courtyard.  Magnificent.

image + article: Dezeen

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