Minimalist Architecture House in Jigozen by Suppose Design Office



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Minimalist Architecture House in Jigozen by Suppose Design Office

In 2000 year Makoto Tanijiri based Suppose design office, at the same time he is currently Professor at the Anabuki Design College.

 The architect considers that sometimes society is dismissive of accepting modern ideas, and that why he wants to explore something new, but also familiar to human life. That is important to keep looking for something new as an architect. Suppose Design Office have offices in Hiroshima and Tokyo, Japan. On this occasion will now show you one architectural project, which is also modern, at the same time familiar to human nature.

Minimalist living space interior

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Contemporary minimalist living space interior

Japanese architects design a house by the sea. This modern minimalist home is owned by the three-member family and is located in Jigozen, Japan. This is a country, where natural disasters occur frequently and therefore the building has the appearance of reinforced wooden box.

Pentagon-shaped windows design

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Pentagon shaped windows design

The project was completed in 2009 and it was built on an area of 111.78 sqm, typically for minimalist design are the clean forms such can see on the contemporary exterior of the modern Japanese house. The windows are pentagon-shaped and have different dimensions, they supplement the minimalist style finished outside of the building.

Stylish hardwood dining tabble design

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Stylish hardwood dining tabble design

The whole beauty of the house is hidden in the interior, which is divided by the staircase and corridors between both floors. The coziness is in highly pronounced minimalist interior design. Natural wood is used for coating the interior walls and part of the floor. For the rest part of the floor are used oblong large tiles. The kitchen, dining table and the frameworks of sliding interior window-walls are also made of natural wood.

Natural wood minimalist kitchen design

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Natural wood minimalist kitchen design

Multi-level canals of sliding window-walls allow premises to be merged into a large open space and also to separate him from the corridor. On the first floor there is hall, bedroom, wash room and bathroom. On the next floor are the kitchen, dining and living area. Interior and exterior design collected in one, reveal us a great, closer to the people minimalist modern architecture.
Text by MD

Modern minimalist living area interior

Modern-minimalist-living-area-interior

Modern minimalist living area interior

Multi-level canals of sliding window-walls

Multi-level-canals-of-sliding-window-walls

Multi-level canals of sliding window-walls

Minimalist staircase interior design

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Minimalist staircase interior design

Minimalist bathroom area interior

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Minimalist open plan bathroom area interior


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