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Ryoko & Keisuke Masuda is Eco-Charming

By: TopDog - Published:   Updated: Jul 14 2011 • References: whatwedoissecret.org & freshome
Japanese designers Ryoko & Keisuke Masuda have created this quaint wine cork looking single family dwelling in Kawaguchi City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan. Looking more like vacation property, the uniquely styled home includes interesting features such as embedded furniture.

The three story steel framed home represents some of the more creative architectural styles that are appearing these days. Modern architecture seems to be swaying towards the unique with a touch of eco-charm.

Implications - This eco-charm is not only an important selling point in this increasingly eco-conscious world, but homes made from recyclable materials are often one-of-a-kind and artistically appealing for the creative homeowner whose idea of the perfect home extends far beyond your average red bricks.

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