Japanese

Seaside Home in Kanagawa by Shinichi Ogawa & Associates by Jerry Perez

Shinichi Ogawa & Associate's, have released their recent project of a windowless facade residential sea side home in the prefecture of Kanagawa-ken, Japan. The sea side home features a cantilever with an infinity pool, facing the Pacific Ocean. The residences street facing facade is made up of three white volumes with a single palm tree to bring a sense of harmony and leisure. What makes the design of the home even more interesting, is the linear format of the floor plan. Each room parallels each other with an uninterrupted view of the sea. View more of the project below, and make sure to check out other projects by Shinichi Ogawa & Associate here. 

Photography courtesy of Shinichi Ogawa & Associates

Studio LOOP 'Plug' House: Japan by Jerry Perez

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Studio LOOP in Japan has released their recent residential project in Gunma, Japan. Designed for a small family, the structure is composed of two levels with three corners sliced at one section to reduce budget expenses and to bring forth a compelling composition to the overall design. Studio LOOP also focused on natural lighting, by balancing the interaction between people and space, bringing harmony to the home. Check out the images below of the project.

Design by:  Studio LOOP

Structure: Hasegawa Daisuke

Structural Plan: Daisuke Hasegawa, Mayumi Yasuda

Construction of Sekiguchi | Eiichi Sekiguchi Hideaki Sekigi

Photography: Kai Nakamura