House in Tanimannari by Akio Kamiya Architect & Associates
by Ted Savage / September 8, 2011
Via @designboom, a free-standing greenhouse extension, part of a home renovation in Okayama, Japan, respects the traditional architecture retained in the main house, while adding a modern edge, a transparent space for growing local Muscat grapes.


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Light is filtered by the grapevines, changing the atmosphere with the angle of the sun. The white brick floor retains heat during winter. More at Akio Kamiya Architect & Associates. Photo: Akio Kamiya.

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