Contemporary Two-Volume House Design with Separate Structures That are Still Unified

Contemporary Two-Volume House Design with Separate Structures That are Still Unified, Japanese structural planning firm Naf Draftsman & Plan made this Zen style home; a contemporary two-volume house with parceled structures that are still united. The use of the same materials in every volume – a considerable measure of glass and wood – makes an inclination of congruity.

Contemporary Two-Volume House Design with Separate Structures That are Still Unified

Contemporary Two-Volume House Design with Separate Structures That are Still Unified
Contemporary Two-Volume House Design with Separate Structures That are Still Unified

The fronts of the two houses are reduced with a persevering divot, an unpredictable segment that further sets the inclination of two-in-one. The glass dividers give the houses a customary light, and uncovered wood shafts and surrounding gives these moderate inner parts a strong and sorted out look. Yet regardless of their physical resemblances, these mirror-picture houses expect out and out distinctive parts. One volume is used inside step by step, single-family living, while interchange gives security as a work space, for redirecting and satisfying gue. Contemporary Two-Volume House Design with Separate Structures That are Still Unified

Contemporary Two-Volume House Design with Separate Structures That are Still UnifiedContemporary Two-Volume House Design with Separate Structures That are Still UnifiedContemporary Two-Volume House Design with Separate Structures That are Still Unified

Contemporary Two-Volume House Design with Separate Structures That are Still UnifiedContemporary Two-Volume House Design with Separate Structures That are Still UnifiedContemporary Two-Volume House Design with Separate Structures That are Still Unified

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