A Narrow House Filled With Plywood by YYAA

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You understand how a lot we love plywood inside design round right here so we couldn’t resist this small Kyoto residence designed by Yoshihiro Yamamoto Architects Atelier (YYAA), an architects workplace from Osaka, Japan.

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Designed for a craftsman and his mom, who lived in a Danchi (a Japanese housing complicated recognized for its small and clustered development) for a few years, the house was created to resemble the Danchi type—consisting of three easy rooms and a storage.

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The rooms have been lined in plywood that has but to be coated, exposing this constructing materials as a design factor.

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Pictures by Yohei Sasakura.

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