Japanese Home on Narrow Lot Embraces Greenery with an Indoor Dry Garden

Architecture News / decoist
Autor: decoist Publicado el: 08/01/2020
Japanese Home on Narrow Lot Embraces Greenery with an Indoor Dry Garden

Designing a modern family home on a small and narrow lot is hard enough, but adding an eco-friendly tinge to it makes the job trickier. Sitting at the foot of a mountain, the Melt House in Japan manages to accomplish just that with an interior that welcomes greenery indoors. While most homes do this by using floor-to-ceiling glass doors and walls, ...
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