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Fantasmagorle by htmn

fantasmagorle_hhtmn.jpg Via designboom, a renovated one-bedroom apartment in Nishi-Misono, Japan. “The 25 year-old reinforced walls of the previous structure … left no flexibility in the program.”


“The new connection from this space to the main volume is a fixed solid partition of glass, covered with two semi-opaque films, that blurs a mosaic of colors and shadows from the activity in each functional element and illuminates the interior like a natural lamp.” More at htmn.

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