59,302 japanese house Living Design Photos

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Tea Room
Ideabooks7,886
Questions2
tea room was designed and built using traditional Japanese joinery and materials. Some of the Japanese elements include: bamboo ceiling panels, Yukimi shoji
shoji screens (screens with a vertical viewing panel) anda traditional Japanese straw plaster (called Wara Juraku) which gave the walls a unique texture
simple, beautiful housing for the tokonamo.
Wabi-sabi is the difference between what the Japanese call kirei, “merely pretty,” and omoshiroi, the interestingness that makes
Wabi-sabi is the difference between what the Japanese call kirei, “merely pretty,” and omoshiroi, the interestingness that makes something beautiful. The
The minimalistic aesthetic reigns in traditional Japanese homes, where space is valued as much as decoration, and where tranquility
“small lights, rice paper translucent with light behind, simple” — lezliedward
Intexure Architects
8 Reviews
Ramchandani Residence
Ideabooks1,584
Questions7
Japanese Paper Walls with Plexi Bannister for Great Room/Randy's office
I think I like the color palette but I don't like the japanese style
style paper walls. We want to avoid anything japanese
Modern Japanese house...japanese interiors]
“big concrete wall NICE when it's concrete that's this interesting.” — michaelshopkins
Moriyama House
Ideabooks353
Questions0
Moriyama House (2005) in Tokyo, Japan, designed by the Office of Ryue Nishizawa. Photograph: Iwan Baan, courtesy of NAi Publishers
inside vie of the tall one japanese
japanese houses 4...Moriyama house...Moriyama House
“ALL” — daddy100
Love Architecture
Cross House Japan
Ideabooks497
Questions0
shadow we put together a house." Tanizaki contrasts the "parasol" of a Japanese house's roof to the "cap" of the roof of a Western house; the latter has a smaller
the house. Within the deep eaves required for keeping driving winds and rain off shoji screen walls, Tanizaki finds the roots of how the "Japanese room
In Praise of Shadows is a classic book on traditional Japanese architecture and design, written by Junichiro Tanizaki and published in
shadow we put together a house."Tanizaki contrasts the "parasol" of a Japanese house's roof to the "cap" of the roof of a Western house; the latter has a smaller
the house. Within the deep eaves required for keeping driving winds and rain off shoji screen walls, Tanizaki finds the roots of how the "Japanese room
“Cool Ceiling Design” — satsumaorange
Hojo
Ideabooks892
Questions1
Japanese house with perfect wall feature: glass lets in light but also creates enclosure
Upstairs, Hojo is like a retreat rather than a house. Yoneda describes the project as a descendent of the sichu no sankyo tradition
Upstairs, Hojo is like a retreat rather than a house. Yoneda describes the project as a descendent of the sichu no sankyo tradition, which is "a cottage
from the floating deck through the horizontal steel screen.See more of this house
“deck/patio privacy” — jailstudio
Wardell Builders, Inc.
7 Reviews
Japanese Farmhouse/DuCharme Architecture
Ideabooks394
Questions0
Japanese Farmhouse/DuCharme Architecture
japanese house/San Diego
“Beams, windows” — Terri
Love Architecture
Cross House Japan
Ideabooks58
Questions0
The stair in this Japanese house is quite cavernous, set off by an arched opening and dark steps.
Cross House Japan...My contemporary house
“brainstorm: work window shapes and shading to create letters on wall. OR use slightly lighter color” — lalaloohoo
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Glass House
Ideabooks4,059
Questions5
To tell a story of how the house is built in terms of the constructability, structure and enclosure, with the nod to Japanese wood construction in the method
the entire house is enveloped in glass as if it was poured over the bones to make it skin tight. To engineer the house to be a smart house that not only
Photography-Hedrich Blessing Glass House: The design objective was to build a house for my wife and three kids, looking forward in terms of how people
and edges from outside to inside the house, and to really depict “flowing and endless space”. To construct a house that is smart and efficient in terms
Love the colors, the grid design, the idea taken from Japanese pole house construction of posts supporting beams
“orange beams” — celeste9
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