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The new Aman Kyoto is the group’s most understatedly exciting yet.
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Set in an eighty-acre secluded garden north of Kyoto, Japan, and surrounded by tall forests, local temples, and shrines, ‘Aman Kyoto’ is as peaceful as...
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Discover luxury pavilions and rooms at Aman Kyoto, situated in Takagamine, Japan, and overlooking the serene gardens and forest of Mount Hidari. Book now.
LOCATION: Valencia, España. Project: Francesc Rife Studio Photo: David Zarzoso IG: @francescrifestudio Although it was a coincidence that this housing project was completed in the middle of autumn, the romance between the colors of the season and the Canadian cedar wood allows it to be seen at its finest. A lattice system that surrounds both […]
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Need some advice on how to decorate your house in a Japanese style? Here are some tips and tricks that will help you tackle this!
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Barcelona based Six N. Five is a renowned studio doing some magical work with 3D renders alone - from doing process and landscape exploration for Microsoft to c
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Take a tour of this home, originally designed by woodworker George Nakashima it combines natural wood and traditional Japanese design to stunning effect
Originally designed by woodworker George Nakashima, this magical home combines natural wood and traditional Japanese design to stunning effect
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I received an interesting note in response to yesterday's post about living with a traditional Japanese futon. The author of the note, Ko Nakatsu, took exception to my oversimplified blog-ready description of why futons are folded and put away, and wanted to set the record straight in greater detail (which...
Image 4 of 16 from gallery of Le Meridien Zhengzhou / Neri&Hu Design and Research Office. Photograph by Pedro Pegenaute
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This minimal Japanese home with an indoor garden was designed to help a young family “feel green” - Yanko Design
Designed by Satoshi Saito of SAI Architectural Design Office, the Melt House was the result of a young family asking him to build a home where they could "feel green". Saito wanted to build, "A home that feels green is not just a home where you can see the green from anywhere, but a home
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