Plywood is a minimalist and versatile material when it comes to furnishing design and that is why architecture practice Nmstudio Architects utilized it when creating the layout for a public housing complex in Osaka, Japan. The material lend itself to the creatives and allowed them to create stunningly modern spaces that answered to a vast range of different lifestyles -- from the dynamic entrepreneur to the family of four.
The building in question is situated in Senri, Osaka and was erected in 1979. It boasts 14 levels and contains a total of "246 identical apartment units." Nmstudio Architects was asked to envision four prototypes that will be considered as the renovation process moves forward.
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