Murata June 'Screen House' is a Utopian Living Abode

 - Mar 3, 2012
References: mugutu & archello
Completely futuristic and boasting a utopian environment, the Murata June 'Screen House' is developed using timber and is located in Osaka, Japan.

The home's modernistic appeal comes directly from its simplistic design, which involves a very elegant use of timber. The walls are accompanied with various screens that separate rooms and spaces within rooms -- it is as if you are walking through a non-intensive maze.

The home is rectangular when viewed from the outside and carries thinner rectangular windows along its four sides. The home looks like a piece from a game of Tetris and its creator has cleverly dictated space allocation so that the home looks modestly sized but remains very spacious on the inside. The Murata June 'Screen House' is a new development in modern architecture from which avant-garde home designers can benefit and draw inspiration.