Modern concrete residence designed in 2014 by Airhouse Design Office situated in Nagoya, Japan.
Description by Airhouse Design Office This undertaking was a renovation of a forty-yr-previous strengthened concrete condo. The areas of the home have been designed from a viewpoint of “storing garments”. It was stated that the shopper had a ardour for style and liked making an attempt on garments or displaying newly purchased garments. The shopper requested a big-sized closet area. However, we thought it was a disgrace to utterly disguise away the valuable garments. Therefore, a big closet area, referred to as a gown room, was made within the middle of the plan. The room features as a passage in addition to a show storage and a disguise-away storage, and the area constantly modifications relying on the state of affairs or season. By doing so, style blends into life, and I consider that the area turned a spot to vary the shopper’s temper every time it was handed by. This renovation undertaking was carried out by developing areas by way of re-examination of the traditional concepts of clothes storage. Visit Airhouse Design Office