The FujiwaraMuro Architects House in Sayo has been built in a residential division of Japan. Given its residential qualities, its exceptional architecture stands out among the adjacent homes and structures, distinguishing it as a remarkable edifice.
The many twists and turns that are present in the House in Sayo are reminiscent of an accordion. As the hallways jut in an out, they shroud the living room, dining room, bathrooms, kitchen and bedrooms, giving way to its functionality. Its modern feel is furthered by barren white walls, light brown wood paneling and circular lights. When paired with its blue exterior, it is certainly a landmark spot within the surrounding area, drawing in tourists and locals alike.
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