This 'House in Takatsuki' by Naoko Horibe is Hidden Minimalist Living

By: Emily Evans - Published: Aug 1, 2011 • References: letmebeinspired & letmebeinspired
If you so happen to find yourself wandering the streets of Osaka, Japan this 'House in Takatsuki' by Naoko Horibe Architects is a site to see! With a striking black exterior appearance, this modern minimalist abode is a two-story wooden construction.

Due to the fact that the House in Takatsuki is located in a busy city space, architect Naoko Horibe kept the number of doors to a minimum in order to enhance security. While from the outside this amazing structure appears simple, a look at this magnificent interior will have you thinking otherwise.

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