Entrance in a traditional Japanese home.

Entrance in a traditional Japanese home.

Japanese architect Tadashi Yoshimura renovated this kitchen in a  200-year-old house in Nara.

Japanese architect Tadashi Yoshimura renovated this kitchen in a 200-year-old house in Nara.

loft living

loft living

Minimalistic Japanese Interior Designs - if I planned to live alone in isolation this is what it would look like

Minimalistic Japanese Interior Designs - if I planned to live alone in isolation this is what it would look like

Love this space

Love this space

re-purposed-desk

re-purposed-desk

Outdoor space

Outdoor space

rustic, organic, minimalistic and full of light, all at once. Love it.

rustic, organic, minimalistic and full of light, all at once. Love it.

#house

#house

Koya No Sumika is an extension to a traditional home in Yaizu, Japan. The extension was designed for a young couple by mA-style Architects. The Japanese firm came up with a modern design with space saving solutions. The result is a refreshing juxtaposition to the traditional architecture of the original home.

Koya No Sumika is an extension to a traditional home in Yaizu, Japan. The extension was designed for a young couple by mA-style Architects. The Japanese firm came up with a modern design with space saving solutions. The result is a refreshing juxtaposition to the traditional architecture of the original home.

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