Unique Modern House Design in Japan – The Keyhole House
Designer from Japan always surprising us with their unusual and great architecture, and this unique house that influenced with keyhole is no exception. Named The Keyhole House, this modern architecture locate in Kyoto, Japan. This 103.47 square meters house features two-storey Japanese residence. According to the Eastern Design Office, the architects behind this keyhole house, the house is designed as a “key itself on the façade of this house; the house can be called a key, which will happily open up your life. Such a small key, this house is a key!”
This house designed for a family of four that was built on the corner with triple facade idea allows for the proper projection of the architectural design. The interior design reflected to a common minimalist Japanese room style with the first floor area features a bathroom, a WC, dining room and kitchen, a walk-in closet and the catwalk for the two pet cats. The second floor area features private area with an L-shaped staircase that leads to the two bedrooms, a WC, a walk-in closet, a living room and a terrace.
From the street, this house is quite captivating and looks modern with its pink door. See more by click Eastern Design Office.
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