Minimalist House from Shinichi Ogawa & Associates is a Sectioned-Off Sanctuary

By: Michael Hines - Published: Jul 17, 2010 • References: shinichiogawa & dezeen
The 'Minimalist' house from Shinichi Ogawa & Associates is unlike any house I have ever seen before. This house is divided lengthwise into three sections and separated by a glass pane and walls.

When you think about it, the design of the 'Minimalist' house is quite innovative. I especially like the beds facing the courtyard. The ability to project a movie onto the white walls while sitting in bed, as shown above, is a feature that I doubt many other homes have. Check out the gallery or click the links to see more of the 'Minimalist' house. Stats for Divided Domiciles Trending: Older & Chilly
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