Mount Fuji Architects Studio

September 23rd, 2010

During our trip to Tokyo we stumbled across this house in Meguro. The amazing architecture firm Mount Fuji Architects Studio has been making the blog rounds recently and I decided to visit their website to take a look at their other work.

I was pleasantly surprised to see the very same house we came across as one of their projects, plus we get to take a look at the inside!

During the day the glass has a mirror finish, but at night is where you can get a glimpse at the house’s interior.

The exposed wooden frame which is also used as shelves providing a practical element to the structure.

We love the use of natural material: stone, concrete, wood, and glass. Simple timeless materials.

There is also a great use of light in the space through multiple windows and entry points.

A beautiful wooden handrail.

After the owners moved in there were a few more images taken with their furnishings in place.

You can see there is a lot of light coming from all sides of the house, but there are also wooden screens providing privacy.

via Arch Daily

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