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A unique style of Japanese architectural art, containing details under a minimalist look, inspired the design of the Japanese loft-house.
A space that satisfies all needs, not having in itself anything superfluous.
This is the case, when already at the planning stage of the layout, the future building is already becoming your home. We can safely say that every part of this house is a space for creating happiness.
The factor of “Surprise” in the use of space:
Would it be nice if your house offered you functional advantages and opportunities? You will definitely be surprised by the additions and solutions that can be found and implemented in reality for most spaces, including even an attic.
Pleasure for every feeling:
The beauty of architecture and the surrounding nature is felt by all receptors. Vision, hearing, smell and touch, from all you will have fun! Thus, smoothly, but for a long time you are immersed in a feeling of complete satisfaction.
Light and shadow gift from nature:
The use of Light & Shadow technologies is an art that adds intrigue from a touch to the living space.
“ENGAWA” – inside, outside
The inner and outer parts of the house are connected and flow into each other absolutely unhindered. Separation is not felt from the entrance from the front porch and right up to the backyard. A smooth transition allows you to feel the house more than its interior occupies in fact.
Applying the art of Grid & Line to the design of the house, the location of walls, windows and doors has a balanced composition and impeccable appearance.
WABI SABI – Beauty in Imperfection
The concept of “incomplete beauty” – this is where perfectionism gives way to a natural, unrefined appearance. Passing by the usual idea of beauty, design work is less predictable, unique in its way and absolutely unique.
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