No one can deny that it’s always nice to have a house overlooking the ocean or city views. But the idea of simplicity has been been overlooked by modern minimalism in the last decade. The idea of the Idokoro House in Shizouka, Japan by mA-Style Architects goes back to the roots of our basic needs: with the main color palette of browns, beiges and whites, we see a simple rectangular house with lots of open space on the interior despite what looks like one single window on the outside. One can’t help but wonder if this is what a Muji house would look like.
- Source: Contemporist