The House in Saitama by Satoru Hirota Architects

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Jun 15, 2010 • References: &
This two-story wooden house in Saitama by Satoru Hirota Architects looks a little like a tiny shed. When viewed from one side, the single window is remarkably simple -- a little bit of country in the city.

Inside the house in Saitama is an oasis of modernity. The clean white walls and dark wood finish allow for a sleek interior. The windows are small and seemingly placed at random so that natural light comes in through unexpected ways. Stats for Modern Single Family Shacks Trending: Older & Average
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