Dream Residence For A Family Of Three

When you think about Japan, you think about culture, civilization, high technology , progress, modernism. When you see this residence designed by Mitsutomo Matsunam in Matsugaoka, somewhere in Hyogo, Japan, you have all these concepts in mind. It was designed for a family and it is definitely the best example of a dream home in which the general atmosphere is specific for a  family that spends most of the day relaxed, enjoying everything around and being together.

The terrace was definitely the most time-consuming element; it is in an obvious contrast with the dining room, the quietest corner of the house. The second floor is the one that makes you lose the track of time. There is a perfect combination of simplicity, specific to the Japanese culture, which seems to prove one more time its good taste and style through the simple and stylish objects inside the house. If the terrace is the place for all sorts of activities, the interior is a dream corner in which you can certainly relax, feel at ease and enjoy privacy.

The use of wood makes the entire atmosphere warm and pleasant; there are not too many furniture pieces, but the existent ones perfectly match the rest of the house.  The building in itself is an example of good taste, an ideal environment in which you can relax and feel comfortable.

Published by in Architecture, on July 20th, 2011


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