Hut in Woods


Spotted on Dezeen, we’re pretty keen on this suburban home by Japanese architect Yoshiaki Nagasaka. Nagasaka decribes the design concept as “a series of contradictory aspirations,” to create a feel of open space while also allowing for sense of privacy. A network of sliding plywood screens permit division of the otherwise open floor plan. And the interior’s cedar lining and natural light lend a degree of coziness to the restrained aesthetic. See the original article, here. Photgraphy by Yasunori Shimomura.

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