Located in the heart of Machida-City, Tokyo, Naruse House by MDS is a design lover's dream home. The residence is adorned with angular details and features hardwood materials that are used throughout its interior.
Measuring 229.84 square meters in size, this home is a spectacular and urban hideaway. The abode is a modern translation of a classic, wood cabin and has been conceived by MDS team members Kiyotoshi Mori and Natsuko Kawamura.
The designers create an organic space that is adorned with layered and geometric accents. Its rich hardwood is not only used as the home's flooring but also adorns its ceiling and is used as wall paneling throughout its interior. This warm and rustic home brings the outdoors in and is a departure from Tokyo's modern and sterile architecture.
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