House-T by Tsukano Marries Japanese Traditions and Modern Design Lines

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Mar 5, 2013 • References: & frameweb
House-T by Tsukano embraces a modern design concept that takes inspiration from Japanese Minimalism. The stunning linear structure exudes a sense of power due to its simplicity and understated air.

The home is located on a busy street corner in Miyazake, Japan and was conceived by architect Michiya Tsukano. Embodying a sense of calm that associates itself with Japanese minimalism, this contemporary architecture piece transforms into a modern day sanctuary.

House-T by Tsukano is enveloped in a curtain of white concrete that wraps the cubed structure, ensuring its inhabitants privacy from urban life while leaving room for sunlight entry from the home's interior courtyard. Paired with white concrete, raw hardwood floors keep with the home's simplistic concept while adding warmth to its stark white interior. Stats for Minimalist Shadowbox Abodes Trending: Older & Average
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