Minimalist RA House by Baqueratta

The Minimalist RA House was designed a Tokyo company called Baqueratta. hey have a good past in minimalist small residences. the entire house was furnished with modern and minimalist furniture.  love this house and I hope to have someone in future, but I especially like the bathroom.

This is another impressive home design. It’s a little more modern than the usual ones but this only makes it more interesting. The exterior design is very simple but also very modern. The most interesting detail are the glass walls. This an innovation in home design that seems to be more and more appreciated. People seem to like letting the others penetrate the walls of their homes. Of course, the glass walls in this case are meant to let the ones inside admire the beautiful landscape without having to go outside, and the view is certainly more beautiful fro up there.

And in terms of interior design, it’s obvious that the simplicity and elegance define this place. It’s a very stylish home, perfect for a small family. I particularly like the lighting system. It’s very simple and quite efficient, plus the light is warm and soft and it can be adjusted in order to create a more romantic atmosphere when needed. The living room seems to be very simple as well, but it actually has everything you need and it still looks fresh.

Published by in Architecture, on December 10th, 2010


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