Y+M Design Office Creates a Private House in Japan

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: • References: ymdo.net & designboom
Y+M Design Office has created a house in Japan that allows the owners to enjoy a sense of privacy in an area that does not always have much room for alone time.

Small windows allow for enough light to get in, however, this still allows the owners to go about their business and not worry about any prying eyes. Looking at the house from afar, it's clear that most of it is made from this timber material, which also makes the house stand out since most abodes in the area are not constructed from the same substance. Inside there is a garden area for the family to relax, and separated spaces for the children and adults to spend their time.

Y+M Design office knew exactly how to please these clients with a sense of privacy.

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