The Hironaka House by Ken Yokogawa Brings Bold Architecture to the Suburbs

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Aug 8, 2012 • References: & frameweb
The Hironaka House by Ken Yokogawa and Associates is located in the suburbs of Tokyo. The sci-fi-inspired abode is designed to resemble a polyhedron shape.

Bringing modern architecture to the suburbs, architect Ken Yokogawa and his team has reinvented Japanese tradition. The complex architecture piece is a very functional compact living space and houses an outdoor ornamental garden. Paying tribute to the Japanese culture, this space retains its sense of minimalism despite of its complex appearance.

The multi-dimensional structure features a metal-constructed facade and an angular roof that lets in natural light. From its eye-catching design to its bright and sun-kissed interior, the Hironaka House by Ken Yokogawa is a design lover’s dream. Stats for Sci-Fi Angular Abodes Trending: Older & Average
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