Using reinforced concrete, a lot of glass and extruded aluminum rails for the windows, this home by Chiba Manabu Architects features a basement and three stories.

With the backyard is based on the first floor, you can access the top of it from the second floor living area. Since this a Japanese home, you will have the sense of high-end craftsmanship with the amount of wood and various types used. The kitchen and library are separated by a staircase that runs in the center of the home. The banister (even though it won’t fly with US code) gives a very simple uncluttered solution.

Terrace House in Japan by Chiba Manabu Architects in architecture  Category

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