Tuesday, 21 July 2009

House in Nagoya

Japanese architects Suppose Design Office have completed a residence in Nagoya, Japan, featuring a room dedicated to plants.

The house, situated on a narrow plot surrounded by neighbouring houses, accommodates the client’s desire for a vibrant garden by including a landscaped “garden room” bordering the main living space.

The architects aimed to treat the rooms and garden in the same way.

Objects associated with interiors, such as paintings, appear in the garden areas while rock and flowerbeds overlap into the living spaces.

The designers hope that the constantly changing internal gardens will continually alter the appearance of the home.

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