House K in Japan by Yoshichika Takagi

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Mar 28, 2010 • References: & dezeen
House K is located in Sapporo, Japan. The home was just completed by architect Yoshichika Takagi, who used lots of angles and a simple color palate in his design. House K was beautifully photographed and, even though it barely has any furniture in it, feels complete.

In the center of the home, in stark contrast to the rest of the interior, stands an iron stove. The strong contrast between the black stove and the white and light wood walls creates visual interest. Stats for Obviously Unfurnished Homes Trending: Older & Mild
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