FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects has built the ultimate minimalist dream house in Shiga, Japan.
Made specifically for a photographer, the house comes complete with a studio and all-white gallery space.
The house is made from mortar and galvanized steel, with wooden accents to give the space both a clean and cozy feel. The open plan layout increases space, while also taking advantage of natural light — essential for a photographer.
Sitting opposite the neighborhood shrine, the modern exterior of the house contrasts with its ancient surroundings, giving the viewer a glimpse into Japan’s diverse architectural landscape. Browse through the images of the house above.
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- Photography: Norihito Yamauchi & Yoshihiro Asada / FORM Kouichi Kimura Architects