Posted: 11 Sep 2012 02:33 AM PDT
Architect firm Keitaro Muto Architects have recently completed the 'Ginan House' on a small plot of long & narrow land of only 461 meter square with 148m2 of total built-up area in Ginancho Hashimagun Gifu, Japan. This modern contemporary house in Japan blends various geometric shapes which give it the signature unique facade. The 'garden' lead to the house covered with gravel which continue out onto the exterior wall, taking on the same material & texture into the structure.
The interior spaces are centered around the void generated from the seperated angled faces building blocks. The interior features clean and minimalist design with cleverly placed windows & openings to invite the light and air. A long pond or water basin pointing outward the main road act like a little oasis in the entirely rocky compound.
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