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Japanese architects Shinichi Ogawa & Associates have created a Japanese architectural beauty, a Pure Minimal Florist Studio inserted in a lush environment in the Mie region. Natural materials like stucco and lime stone have been inserted into the composition to keep up with the organic natural concept. The main idea behind this piece was to incorporate in a delicate manner a modern minimal architectural ensemble and orient it towards the beautiful natural surroundings, inviting it in and creating a powerful bond between the two. A huge glass wall has been inserted to preserve this idea and give the florist the opportunity to observe the natural element all day long in silence.
A clean rectangular shape has been chosen in order to not intrude in the natural setting too much.
Light plays a crucial role in determining the interior atmosphere.
A seamless transition between the natural and the mineral was obtained through the huge glass insertion.
The interior space has been kept to a minimum design, clean, open and peaceful.
The stark white walls capture and reflect the natural light beautifully during the day whilst at night delicate artificial light insertions transform the space into a warmer cozier one, reflecting a yellow tempered light.
Image courtesy to © Shinichi Ogawa & Associates
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