The house in Iizuka designed by RythmDesign is a two story residence located in Fukuoka, Japan that’s shaped in a hexagon and the rooms are arranged specifically to the clients’ requests. The family suggested they do not need living room, but the dining area is the center of their family bond, each member enjoys spending time alone as well as being in the presence of each other. Therefore the designers made a small wooden dining table the heart of this dwelling, it can be seen from every room. The floors and sliding doors are all wood, giving privacy around the double-height dressing room.

 

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