The House in Sekura by Yamazaki Kentaro Design Workshop is located in Japan, and follows the building requests of the owners, including ample garden space and an earthquake-proof design.
The inside of the house also has clearly defined spaces for studying, living and eating, as the owners did not want to blend these areas. The result is a house that allows people to move throughout the area smoothly, and find a space perfect for individual needs. Moreover, the abode features ample garden areas, which adds to the serene nature of the place. Instead of giving owners the feeling of being cut off from these natural surroundings, Yamazaki Kentaro Design Workshop did their best to integrate this area to add to the overall relaxed vibe of the abode, and the result was definitely successful with this earthquake-proof home.
Photo Credits: designboom, ykdw.org
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