By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Monday, August 13th, 2018 - 00:42:21 AM.
Zeze Osaka is fine case of minimalist Japanese design and design. Japanese design Studio Swing desired to construct a home that might be a joyous space in everyday life, in which the'ordinary and extraordinary' mix inside that space having 'individual and common' features.
To start with, the architects made certain to maintain a suitable height for every space, by considering the equilibrium between the proper space for the bedrooms and an open atmosphere for your common living room.
I adore the sub levels and half levels in the design of the home, in which floor becomes the ceiling and so on -- it is a popular trend in Western design that enables keeping the ceilings fill the spaces with it thanks to a great deal of windows around.
Inside, the home is decorated with light colored plywood, concrete, metal and there is an exposed brick backsplash in kitchen. The colour palette is restraint: white, gray, blue-green timber and a few touches of black to include depth and contrast to the spaces. There is not much furniture to not clutter the space, and it is all minimalist, with minimal information, with cozy upholstery. The lamps are minimalist and pendant hanging there.
Source : DigsDigs
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