Narrow Urban Home With Industrial Minimalist Interiors

Narrow Urban Home With Industrial Minimalist Interiors

Because of the high prices for houses and land, Japanese designers keep creating minimalist and intelligently organized houses. The Japanese architecture firm FORM / Kouichi Kimura Architects designed the promenade house in the Japanese prefecture of Shiga and gave this lively city street a minimalist touch with an industrial touch. The house’s unique industrial edge moves from the outside in, where concrete walls and an upper bridge-style loft give it a commercial feel. The interiors are 30 meters long from end to end and have a pantry arrangement, which however feels spacious thanks to its open floor plan and high ceilings. Instead of walls, different living areas are separated by furniture, steps and cut-outs to expand the space. This home is full of amazing, unexpected details like the floor-to-ceiling windows and built-in elements. I love the play of colors and the mood lights, which add variety to the interior and soften the industrial minimalism.

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