House in Yatsugatake by Kidosaki Architects Studio
Dec 30, 2013 08:43
Kidosaki Architects Studio have made a house in Yatsugatake to honor Nagano’s majestic natural beauty by building it on a steep slope at the foot of the Yatsugatake Mountains. The area is home to many landmarks in Japanese culture, and it uses wood, unpainted concrete, marble to create a dramatic effect celebrating the vast surrounding area. Check out the house in the gallery below and head over to Kidosaki Architects Studio's website to learn more about the firm.
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