Diamond House by Masao Yahagi Architects
by Ted Savage / March 5, 2013
Uniquely designed for a well-known musician, Diamond House by Masao Yahagi Architects, in Sano, Tochigi, Japan, tailors quality acoustics with non-parallel interior walls in reinforced concrete.


Wood-finished living space is organized around a central studio, putting the focus on music while providing sound insulation.


The radially situated rooms open onto small courtyards to admit sunlight and breeze while maintaining privacy. Via ArchDaily. Photos: Koichi Torimura.


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