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After spending many years searching for the ideal site to build his home, the owner came across this heavenly sloping mountain ridge at the foot of the Yatsugatake Mountains in Nagano Prefecture, Japan. Next up, he commissioned Kidosaki Architects Studio to deliver a daring residential design. House in Yatsugatake is partially extended off the ground, with a mega structures column enabling half of the project to visually “float”. The house comes with a total living surface of 303 square meters, each of them offering spectacular views of the surrounding landscape.
Here is more from the architects: “When you are invited to the entrance-way, after passing through the restrained space of the hallway, you enter a dramatic space, with magnificent and impressive scenery spreading before your eyes. This space is an extravagant experience that only those privileged enough to be welcomed here can enjoy“. All interiors were envisioned in a minimalist style, emphasizing on the magic beyond the windows-have a look and tell us what you think! [Photos by: 45g Photography]
Freshome.com – Interior Design & Architecture Magazine
The Panamby Apartment by Diego Revollo is a light and airy home that reflects the personality of its owners.
With a size of 170 square meters (~1830 square feet) and located in Panamby, a premium neighborhood in São Paulo, Brazil, the apartment houses a young modern family and two kids. Originally, there was a balcony off the living room but because of the lovely São Paulo weather, Revollo suggested that it become additional living space. Enclosing the balcony with glass and creating a giant window allowed the home owners to take better advantage of their outdoor space and maximizing the view, all while keeping the kids safe. Plus, talk about natural light!
Beriot, Bernardini Arquitectos transformed a tiny, 28-square-meter (300 sqft) office into a private apartment located in the historic center of Duque de Alba, Madrid. The design challenge was to create a comfortable home, despite its size, that includes all the comforts of everyday living without having to incorporate things like sofa beds.
Thanks to the tall ceilings, a system of levels were incorporated to house all of the necessary functions, like a sleeping area over the bathroom and kitchen. A typical mezzanine level wouldn’t fit but the split levels work perfectly crafting just enough space for each use.