Located in Fukuyama, Japan the Machi House by UID Architects boasts meticulous minimalism and interior garden installations.
Though its location might not be as welcoming to light, the architects who designed this building considered all facets to make the space as bright as possible. Multiple skylights and windows were installed on the roof to welcome natural daylight during the day that aids the plants in the interior garden.
The garden in this home can be seen from both storeys as it boasts a double-height that accommodates its central tree. In addition, to fit with the aesthetic of Japanese minimalism, this home boasts an all-white palette and skeletal-inspired steps and storage spaces. With its simplistic approach and inventive design, the Machi House by UID Architects is an exemplified approach to minimalist abodes.
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