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Japanese Style in Shelter Design

Thursday, December 4, 2008

The interior of the house is minimalist and amazing, with shoji screens, exposed rafters and book-matched fir plywood floors. High ceilings and an open floor plan give the house a great sense of space, and walls of glass admit a lot of natural light, which makes the whole effect even better. Outside, the front yard features persimmon, pine and plum trees, while the back yard has a Japanese garden with a 150-year-old live oak. This is one of Japanese Shelter design with most natural material.

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