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Realized by Takuya Tsuchida from 555 Studio, the home we will present you further on is inspired by the surroundings, by nature and organic textures, even by animal holes, refuges. Takuya says that it was only normal to include the ambiance and life around the house in the design process. The interior walls are expressing a raw finish of concrete and wood, meant to remind of the birds` nest.
The re-partition of space inside is realized by individual inner walls that allow creating your own space at any time, your own nest and refuge. The whole design concept was to keep unnecessary things out and therefore the result is a minimum of furniture, modular walls, minimalist design overall and colors that tend to enlighten the interior, visually expanding the space. Another direct consequence was the total cost witch was low, highlighting another advantage and attribute of the critter`s life.
The minimalist modern home does not require special attention, so with all those together we consider this house an extraordinary example of somehow Eco attitude and great personality of the owner. We would very much like to hear your opinion further on.
What do you think about this minimalist modern home?
Photo Courtesy to Takuya Tsuchida from 555 Studio