This is the property the young couple received from their parents. This traditional house has been used for three generations of their grandparents.
If you like traditional Japanese architecture, the house below is a gift for you. This traditional house is owned by a Japanese family of 4 people, has an area of nearly 284m² and especially its lifespan is already 53 years old then.
Since the reception of the couple’s home linked to the ALTS architecture office to renovate the old furniture is likely to fail and collapse. However, both the couple have agreed with the architect is to retain the whole spirit and old furniture pictures of the family’s traditional home are not lost. Therefore, this house is considered to remain intact with the delicate design of ancient times, not only from wooden furniture, using columns supporting the whole building but also the yard where enjoy the space nature is still the same.
The design of natural wood, glass and rice paper (a kind of Japanese design material used) has brought a glimpse of Japanese that you can not see in any design. of any other country. Many guests visiting the house was completely surprised by the charm and attracted from the simplicity, rustic yet not lose the noble, noble from the precious wood material.
The 53-year-old tradition house is home to a family of four in Japan.
The traditional Japanese designs and decorations from the Grand Ages have been retained until now.
From the wooden columns, floors, doors to the layout of the house are bold traditional Japanese tradition.
Some details have been refurbished to be more modern to fit into today’s life, such as this kitchen.
Other new elements such as tables and chairs are cleverly interwoven in this traditional space.
From the high ceiling of the house looking down the wooden column system to surprise you.
Living space open to nature is a Japanese advantage.
The side of the porch and the walkway of the clean gravel house are covered with special fancy stone.
A small and simple reading room is located just outside to be close to nature.