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Izukougen House by Atelier Shinya Miura

izukougen_house_atelier_shinya_miura.jpg Via @archdaily, a house near the ocean on the Izu Peninsula, Japan with “Three internal courtyards [that] govern the interior volume, and provide a sense of openness.”


“Extending through the ceiling, the voids act as light wells that flood the neutral interior spaces with natural light and ventilation.” More at Atelier Shinya Miura.

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