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Kengo Kuma & Associates, Yusuhara Town Hall

Kengo Kuma & Associates, Yusuhara Town Hall

nice Japanese timber frame...

nice Japanese timber frame...

house 252 ©stephenson:ISA STUDIO

house 252 ©stephenson:ISA STUDIO

cool awesome Corrugated plastic surrounds a sunroom at one end of this timber-framed ... by http://www.best100-home-decor-pics.club/attic-bedrooms/awesome-corrugated-plastic-surrounds-a-sunroom-at-one-end-of-this-timber-framed/

awesome Corrugated plastic surrounds a sunroom at one end of this timber-framed

cool awesome Corrugated plastic surrounds a sunroom at one end of this timber-framed ... by http://www.best100-home-decor-pics.club/attic-bedrooms/awesome-corrugated-plastic-surrounds-a-sunroom-at-one-end-of-this-timber-framed/

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house-vision-airbnb-go-hasegawa-5 Plus

« Newer story Older story » Belgian holiday house by GAFPA takes its cues from Japanese architecture

« Newer story Older story » Belgian holiday house by GAFPA takes its cues from Japanese architecture

Japanese timber joinery.  A visual balance between the maker and nature.

Japanese timber joinery. A visual balance between the maker and nature.

Gallery of Son La Restaurant / Vo Trong Nghia Architects - 2

Gallery of Son La Restaurant / VTN Architects - 2

Gallery of Son La Restaurant / Vo Trong Nghia Architects - 2

How-to mix contemporary interior design with elements of Japanese culture | CONTEMPORIST

How-to mix contemporary interior design with elements of Japanese culture | CONTEMPORIST

A modern Japanese home in Tokyo city designed in the style of a minka, a post-and-beam construction of traditional farmhouses that makes them capable of being dismantled and re-assembled despite their size. The entrance displays a complex structural pattern of pillars and cross beams, rising the full two-storey height. In order to withstand earthquakes. photo by Michael Freeman.

A modern Japanese home in Tokyo city designed in the style of a minka, a post-and-beam construction of traditional farmhouses that makes them capable of being dismantled and re-assembled despite their size. The entrance displays a complex structural pattern of pillars and cross beams, rising the full two-storey height. In order to withstand earthquakes. photo by Michael Freeman.

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