Tato Architects - House in Itami, Japan
Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads.  Via,
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Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads.  Via,
photos: Koichi Torimura
(via subtilitas:) Tato Architects - House in Itami, Japan
Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads.  Via,
photos: Koichi Torimura
(via subtilitas:) Tato Architects - House in Itami, Japan
Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads.  Via,
photos: Koichi Torimura
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Tato Architects - House in Itami, Japan

Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads.  Via,

photos: Koichi Torimura

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Rustic Chic Beach House

The house is located in Trancoso, a town in the state of Bahia, Brazil.

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Ascer Ceramic House by Héctor Ruiz-Velázquez

Hans J. Wegner the Sawbench Chair, 1951, made by Carl Hansen, Denmark.

Photograph by Pedro Martinez

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Originally built in 1964, this house was reimagined by Studio GAON in 2013. Lucia’s cottage sits in South Korea’s old downtown Gong-Lu City. Read more here. 
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Originally built in 1964, this house was reimagined by Studio GAON in 2013. Lucia’s cottage sits in South Korea’s old downtown Gong-Lu City. Read more here

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Not far from the Arctic Circle, the Norwegian island of Vega boasts one of the most scenic landscapes in the world—jagged mountains rising in the background, mossy plants and brush growing over chiseled boulders, and uninterrupted views of the Norwegian Sea. In this distinctly Nordic environment, traditional huts known as naust sit by the seaside. These windowless wooden cottages have straightforward tectonic forms and a strong material vocabulary, weathered over the years from standing in this oft harsh terrain.
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Not far from the Arctic Circle, the Norwegian island of Vega boasts one of the most scenic landscapes in the world—jagged mountains rising in the background, mossy plants and brush growing over chiseled boulders, and uninterrupted views of the Norwegian Sea. In this distinctly Nordic environment, traditional huts known as naust sit by the seaside. These windowless wooden cottages have straightforward tectonic forms and a strong material vocabulary, weathered over the years from standing in this oft harsh terrain.

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A booming economy, a record amount of architects per capita, and a middle class prone to experimentation— we explain Japan’s architectural housing renaissance. Read more here. 
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A booming economy, a record amount of architects per capita, and a middle class prone to experimentation— we explain Japan’s architectural housing renaissance. Read more here

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Fray León by by Jorge Figueroa + Asociados is a Chilean puzzle!
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Fray León by by Jorge Figueroa + Asociados is a Chilean puzzle!

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Built just outside of Los Angeles, the Car Park House by Anonymous Architects takes a traditional home layout and literally flips it upside down. While many homes across the country feature garages adjacent or below the main structure of a residence, parking spots for occupants of this house are found above it all, on the roof. Built just outside of Los Angeles, the Car Park House by Anonymous Architects takes a traditional home layout and literally flips it upside down. While many homes across the country feature garages adjacent or below the main structure of a residence, parking spots for occupants of this house are found above it all, on the roof. Built just outside of Los Angeles, the Car Park House by Anonymous Architects takes a traditional home layout and literally flips it upside down. While many homes across the country feature garages adjacent or below the main structure of a residence, parking spots for occupants of this house are found above it all, on the roof. Built just outside of Los Angeles, the Car Park House by Anonymous Architects takes a traditional home layout and literally flips it upside down. While many homes across the country feature garages adjacent or below the main structure of a residence, parking spots for occupants of this house are found above it all, on the roof. Built just outside of Los Angeles, the Car Park House by Anonymous Architects takes a traditional home layout and literally flips it upside down. While many homes across the country feature garages adjacent or below the main structure of a residence, parking spots for occupants of this house are found above it all, on the roof.

Built just outside of Los Angeles, the Car Park House by Anonymous Architects takes a traditional home layout and literally flips it upside down. While many homes across the country feature garages adjacent or below the main structure of a residence, parking spots for occupants of this house are found above it all, on the roof.

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