The living area of the Japanese home is one of the most important spaces in the house. It is where the family gets together, shares their stories about their day, and in some cases where they eat.
Japanese architecture truly is unique. It has the ability to create such a sense of peace and serenity, something we can all use to help us cope with the outside world.
Japanese design does not just follow the concept of minimalism, it inspires it. It manipulates the elements of nature to create something that is strikingly simple, yet harmonious and highly functional.
Japanese gardening is a cultural form of gardening that is meant to produce a scene that mimics nature as much as possible by using trees, shrubs, rocks, sand, artificial hills, ponds, and flowing water as art-forms.
Japanese architecture has been recognized and respected worldwide for its unique character and aesthetics. What is most interesting is how it all began to reach what it is today.
The Japanese have redefined the bathroom from merely being a space used for hygiene, into a purposeful room.
Designing a Japanese style bedroom could be tricky if you do not know the basics of the Japanese culture and the principles on which to build your design.
In Japan, nature is highly respected and loved. The typical Japanese house will always have a garden to serve as a link between the inside and the outside.
Although traditional Japanese architecture is still seen in today’s modern designs, there are some features that distinguish the traditional from the modern.
A Japanese kitchen is not just a place where food is made. It is a space that integrates cooking, eating and spending family time together, all in a clean, calming environment.