A Japanese design is always clean and minimalist. These are principles applied not only for its interior but also exterior. Thus, a Japanese design matches well with a modern design that is also characterized by minimalism and clean lines.
Roberto Benito Arquitecto has completed a 2020 residential project called Vivienda Texturas. It is a 370 m² house located in Argentina, designed as a cozy gathering place with family and friends. This house reflects a textural architecture while its natural finishes can create interesting expressiveness.
Located in Guatemala, Casa CV is a 2008 residential project designed by Paz Arquitectura. This house sits in a wooded area with a mountainous topography. Exposed concrete framed with rustic wood is used as the main constructive element to respect the beautiful surrounding nature on the site.
Located in South Africa, House SED originally was a single-storey home. Nico van der Meulen Architects worked together with M Square Lifestyle Design, and M Square Lifestyle Necessities to complete this house modernization and second-storey addition project.
This project is an awesome collaboration between a design team from Prentiss Balance Wickline Architects, the clients, and a skilled local contractor. Glen Lake Tower is located on a wooded hilltop above a lake in Michigan. It has simple comforts and timeless beauty that reflects the site.
Designed for a couple with three children, House in Chikuma is a 2016 residential project completed by Fujiwaramuro Architects. It is a modern family home located beside a river in Nagano Prefecture. With ten levels in total, this house offers varied interior scenery.
Located in Calgary, Wrap House is a residential project completed by Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative in 2007. It is a flexible house designed to complement the client’s needs. Inside, large multi-use spaces offer incredible views of the outside.
Completed in 2011 by Shinichi Ogawa and Associates, S Residence is a residential project of a modern house located in Japan. This house sits within a calm residential area in Tokyo, showing two contrasting faces.
Located in Japan with 43.6 m2 of the total building area, House in Shimogamo is a small house designed by Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio. This house sits in a residential area near Shimogamo Shrine in Kyoto City. It has an “alley garden” that leads one from the gate to the entrance of the house.
Designed by Kazunori Fujimoto Architect & Associates, House in Ajina is a residential project located in Japan. The main goal of this project is to create a house that can spread in all directions. This house also represents a simple composition that responds to its awesome site.