The Cinnamon Roll House by Katsutoshi Sasaki combines organic materials with industrial steel. This delectable architectural wonder is a beautifully simple concept packed with practical potential. The most astounding part of this structure is the folded flat steel that wraps around and into the home. This is where its common referred name originated from -- the fact that it resembles the shape and even the coloring of a scrumptious cinnamon bun. This structure is sleek, sophisticated and uses opposing materials quite beautifully. The snake-like steel fits neatly between the organic wooden material that makes up the rest of the house. The interior of the house features light wood, clean lines and is decked out in silver finishes.
In the Cinnamon Roll House, industrial metals meet cozy cottage materials for a very clear and concise contrast.
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