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