Suishouen House by Tomoaki Uno Architects

By • Feb 10, 2013

This modern residence by Tomoaki Uno Architects was inspired by two very different architectural icons.

One is the Katsura Imperial Villa, a structure that was built in the mid 1600’s and has influenced the likes of Le Corbustier and Bauhaus founder, Walter Gropius.

The other is the Farnsworth House by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe; a home built in the 1940’s that is still considered one of the best examples of modernist design.

Suishouen House is a 2012 project located in Nagoya, Japan.

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