Kouichi Kimura has put together the Tuneful House, an abode that is private enough from the busy outdoor area so that the residences are able to have their own music room without bothering anyone in the area.
The music room can be seen right from when people enter the home, as the space features sliding doors to give the section of the house a more expansive feel. However, these sliding doors can also be closed, allowing the music section of the Tuneful House to be turned into an intimate setting, which is perfect for putting on concerts for guests. Considering how small the abode actually is, it's great to see that one area is completely dedicated to the love of music, as well as sharing it with others. Photo Credits: designboom, form-kimura
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