This dreamy cluster of cabins houses light-filled live/work spaces in Hokkaido

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Japanese architect Makoto Suzuki has carved out a slice of live/work paradise with this cluster of cabin-like volumes in Hokkaido. While each mono-pitched structure appears to stand independently, the timber-clad buildings are interconnected. The building, called the House in Tokiwa, also achieves harmony with the landscape through the use of natural materials and low-profile structures designed to embrace nature at every turn.

Located near Sapporo, House in Tokiwa comprises a series… View full post on Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building



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