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Japan House by Suppose Design Office at Sakuragawa, Japan

May 15, 2013 Home Design, Interior Design

The good folks from Japanese studio Suppose Design Office are behind this amazing residential project in Sakuragawa, Japan. A spacious interior with a limited floor plan, the minimalist house covers a small 50sqm plot with a split-level layout that is spread over three floors. Featuring a massive bay-window to overlook the nearby park, lots of wood furnishings, large spaces and a bunch of white stairs. And although we can’t see any rooms, doors, separating walls or furniture, it still looks like a nice modern addition to a crowding environment where space has become a real commodity.

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