Japanese Contemporary House Design with Minimalist Interior and Traditional Japanese Spaces by Suppose Design Office

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This is a Japanese residential project by the Suppose Design Office architects which is located in Jigozen, Japan, which is precisely on the seafront, in an area prone to natural disasters. The contemporary home construction could be defined as a fully lined wooden box. This contemporary house design has series of windows of small houses with unique roofing design.

Like any Japanese architectural design, the traditional interior spaces are surrounded by a corridor which separates a glass wall with wooden frames. We love the part where the house follows the landscape and the contemporary floor plans which is a typical Japanese house design, which gives a nice flow all together within this Japanese contemporary house exterior and interior design.

The architecture decided to use minimalist approach at the interior, which gives a unique and different architectural perspective to anyone seeing this house. The House in Jigozen is a two storey house with materials mainly made out of wood. This contemporary home design was built not only as a house but also as a home office or a workplace. Suppose Design Office uses minimalist furniture to keep up with the minimalist interior and this house looks tremendously spacious and serene.

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