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Kudo is a minimalist multi-residence located in Nagoya, Japan, designed by WORKCUBE. Although the space is small, an internal courtyard allows for additional natural light to enter the space without compromise to privacy. The complex has a garage specifically for bicycles, and utilizes a camera-equipped intercom. The entrance is outfitted with two large Douglas Fir doors. The floors are epoxy white for easy cleaning, and maintains a minimalist aesthetic.

Kudo is a minimalist multi-residence located in Nagoya, Japan, designed by WORKCUBE. Although the space is small, an internal courtyard allows for additional natural light to enter the space without compromise to privacy. The complex has a garage specifically for bicycles, and utilizes a camera-equipped intercom. The entrance is outfitted with two large Douglas Fir doors. The floors are epoxy white for easy cleaning, and maintains a minimalist aesthetic.

Kitchen | The Pinterest House by Sandy Anghie Architect | Kitchen Design | est living

Kitchen | The Pinterest House by Sandy Anghie Architect | Kitchen Design | est living

LIBERTYN interiors

LIBERTYN interiors

Sheet Cabinet by Bjørn van den Berg #minimalist #cabinet

Sheet Cabinet

Sheet Cabinet by Bjørn van den Berg #minimalist #cabinet

HOMEmade MAKEOVERS: SLIDING BARN DOORS - HOME DECOR MUST HAVE

HOMEmade MAKEOVERS: SLIDING BARN DOORS - HOME DECOR MUST HAVE

http://cigue.net/fr/project/uniqlo/

http://cigue.net/fr/project/uniqlo/

Siheyuans, the structures arranging units around a courtyard, are one of the most characteristic features of Chinese architecture. More than just a familiar visual, they have emerged and survived as the solution to specific functional demands, as well as the embodiment of a unique philosophy. An ode to the family unit as interpreted in Chinese culture, siheyuans were originally walled communities for the members’ each single household.

Twisting Tales: the Chinese Courtyard Reimagined by Archstudio

Siheyuans, the structures arranging units around a courtyard, are one of the most characteristic features of Chinese architecture. More than just a familiar visual, they have emerged and survived as the solution to specific functional demands, as well as the embodiment of a unique philosophy. An ode to the family unit as interpreted in Chinese culture, siheyuans were originally walled communities for the members’ each single household.

MM House in Mexico City by Nicolas Schuybroek Architects | http://www.yellowtrace.com.au/mm-house-mexico-city-nicolas-schuybroek-architects/

MM House in Mexico City by Nicolas Schuybroek Architects

MM House in Mexico City by Nicolas Schuybroek Architects | http://www.yellowtrace.com.au/mm-house-mexico-city-nicolas-schuybroek-architects/

Raúl Sánchez, José Hevia · HOUSE 1016

Raúl Sánchez, José Hevia · HOUSE 1016

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