KUBOTA ARCHITECT ATELIER'S MINIMALISM HOME IN SHUNUN JAPAN
This minimalism home created by the company Kubota Architect Atelier was built to ease urban congestion in Shunan, a city of east central Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan. Kubota Architects arranged this environmentally friendly home to have an open flow of air and sunlight throughout the entire house. In order to reduce the effects of claustrophobia caused by the overwhelming cities of Shunan, Japan, the interior of the house is designed to be spacious and minimal.
According to the architects to DEZEEN, “Three pieces of white slab, each folded into an L-shape, are inserted three-dimensionally into this ever-changing environment.” The home is then finished with a pool, sleek razor sharp appliances, as well as a beautiful pool. Take a look at this beautiful home above and give us your opinions.