OH Residence by Koseki Architect Office
By admin • Oct 29, 2011
Japanese studio Koseki Architect Office has designed the Oshikamo House, a wooden contemporary home standing in a quiet residential district in Osaka, Japan.
According to the architects, “the garden, that was placed on one side, was enclosed by steal mesh with stones and various kind of plants.
This space covered with deep eaves has become an external space that blurs the boundary between exterior and interior.”
Photos by: Toshihide Kajiwara
Source: Koseki Architect Office
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