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Minimalist concrete house by Takuro Yamamoto Kanazawa
The traditional Japanese architecture akzentiert simplicity and clarity of individual discrete elements. The minimalist rooms promote a sensual life, balanced and spiritually pure, which leads to inner harmony. We present the latest project by Japanese Takuro Yamamoto - a concrete house in Kanazawa.
Minimalist Concrete House - philosophy the Japanese Space
The concrete house in Kanazawa is konzepiert with a series of interconnected rooms with a terrace with a pool of shallow water. The first intention of Takuro Yamamoto Architects was to build a house with a monolithic structure, after entschließ detailed planning is to add a courtyard and parking. The cave-shaped architecture, with concrete walls focuses on connecting the different parts. The exterior looks like a plain white volume with a partially broken surface. The architects hinzügefügt shallow pool of water, so that the print is kept to a white cave. Technological architecture has been designed in traditional Japanese style. Typical small spaces with rare decorations and furniture can also be seen in this solid concrete home.
Concrete house - the White Grotto in Kanazawa
Entering the house of cement, visitors are immediately fascinated by the bright and spacious rooms. Inside purist were fixed only individual accents to the device. The dining room can be seen from the floor-to-ceiling windows that let the sunlight in the house. In the evening, damage similar to that of a flat lamp, as if the sun startup. White is the basic color in the concept. A simple Japanese-style minimalist design is made in this house. The "cave" white architect Takuro Yamamoto combines great creativity and modernity and functionality.
Elegant lines and noble materials in the dining room
Accent with the introduction
Sparse in the bedroom
The large windows allow sunlight into the house in
Open transition between the other rooms
The court is located in the heart of the home
The White Cave
The awareness of the clear coat in white with wood accents
The concrete house outside
Floors and walls merge
Traditional Japanese design with clean lines