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Zen Home Design Proves Two is Better Than One

Japanese architecture firm Naf Architect & Design created this Zen style home; a contemporary two-volume house with separate structures that are still unified. The use of the same materials in each volume – plenty of glass and wood – creates a sense of continuity. The fronts of the two houses are carved with a continuous divot, an unconventional element that further solidifies the sense of two-in-one. The glass walls give the houses a natural light, and exposed wood beams and framing gives these minimalist interiors a strong and structured look. But despite their physical similarities, these mirror-image houses play very different roles. One volume is used in daily, single-family living, while the other provides privacy as a work space, for entertaining and accommodating guests, or perhaps as a second suite.
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Photo credit: Toshiyuki Yano / Nacasa & Partners
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