The Kobe House by Keiichi Sugiyama Brings In the Outdoors

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 20, 2011 • References: & dezeen
Looking at these photos of the Kobe House by Keiichi Sugiyama, I can just smell the splendid wooden interior of the Japanese home. The structure's timber frame is multiplied on the inside to create lumber-clad spaces that embrace the dwelling's inhabitants.

Built with expansive windows and planned so that each room on the ground floor has direct access to the yard, the Kobe House by Keiichi Sugiyama provides a true open-concept living experience within an abode that comforts and shelters the family within. Stats for Cozy Lumber Lodgings Trending: Older & Mild
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