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The House in Nagoya by Atelier Tekuto has an Asymmetrical Design

 - Jun 26, 2014
References: tekuto & designboom
Architecture firm Atelier Tekuto has a knack for creating houses with a seriously angled look, which is exactly what the team did with the House in Nagoya located in Japan.

The home is intended for a family, and consists of two levels. The first level is mainly dedicated towards living space for the owners, which comes with the regular kitchen and sections for relaxing. In the upper level a studio space has been made for working, enabling the owner to have a set section of the house dedicated to their job. The sleeping sections are also found on this level, making it easy for the worker to hop out of bed and get on the job with just the opening of a door!

Photo Credits: designboom, tekuto