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We engaged in designing a house of a plaster craftsman to be built on a land facing an alley along which traditional houses stand. You would be impressed with the beauty of nature found in farms spreading in the north side of the land. Meanwhile, the land is adjacent to the alley in its south, along which houses stand. We planned to create inside the building an outdoor-like space that would smoothly fuse with the rural scenery in the north of the land. You would enjoy the comfort of the outdoors no matter where you are in the house, which has a relieving and calming atmosphere. A spot garden in the Japanese style room is connected with the terrace outside via a piece of glass, and the interior and the exterior are nested together. Also, a tiled floor extending from the entrance will produce an even more outdoor-like atmosphere. In the living room with the kitchen located in its center, you would feel as if you were enjoying cooking outdoors because there is a window about six meters long that can be fully opened. View more View full description
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