House of Kashiba by Horibe Naoko Architect Office
by Ted Savage / August 26, 2011
Via @ArchDaily, a home with a sheer black facade, in Kashiba-Shi, Japan, embraces an interior courtyard to achieve privacy and light.


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"The clients for this project requested a bath from which they could gaze out on a courtyard. We planted a symbolic tree in the courtyard and designed the bathroom to look out over it." More at Horibe Naoko Architect Office. Photo: Kei Sugino.

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