Home Designs Published by Niklas Larsen, Thursday, February 16th 2017, 03:27:01 AM.
This modern cubical wood home with minimalist labyrinth-shape interior is located in Kanousan, Japan. This cube wood forest house was built as a getaway for a family working in Tokyo. The beautiful modern exterior boasts a uniform wood façade interrupted only by the large windows with their diamond shape. Inside, this modern interior design is not as uniform as the exterior counterpart. It features labyrinth-shape / geometric walls with some opening toward the windows and the skylight above. The concept seemed like this home has a center opening that a person on the top floor can see the bottom floor. Or, natural light can illuminate the bottom floor from the top. Despite its geometric / labyrinth interior wall, the interior design as a whole is still minimalist.
This 2 levels / stories house on a slope with “underground” garage belongs to architects Frederico Zanelato of Frederico Zanelato Architects. The home is located in fresh and beautiful greenery near São Paulo, Brazil. This house was built to follow the slope terrain. But the architects reshaped most part of the ground creating a stratified, two-level ground before they built the house. At the main level is the garage, this garage is sheltered by the expanded and cantilevered main volume of the house which is built on the higher level of the ground.
The main volume itself houses most of the rooms and mostly were in neutral scheme. However, for the kitchen area the decoration and furnishing were more vibrant. There, the house was decorated with simple but striking decoration like the red curtain and the wood entrance door. The kitchen was warmth with its wooden kitchen set with handle-less feature for cabinets’ doors. The kitchen island was neutral with gray countertop. 1 big burner and 2 smaller burners were used there together with an elegant grey range hood with lights. Next to the burners, large sink(s) were used and were completed with a glossy black laminate wall to prevent water from splashing into the burners. And, next to the kitchen were large glass wall and doors that open to a wonderful patio.
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