Asymmetrical Shaped Home with a Well Adjusted Architecture in Japan

Asymmetrical Shaped Home with a Well Adjusted Architecture in Japan

Ysy House was designed by Nagoya-based studio Auau and is located in Seto, Japan, in a beautiful but populated forest, on top of a small hill. The charming asymmetrical shape of the residence is well adjusted to the building site and is interesting to observe from every angle. With a matte white finish, the home is very well differentiated within its neighborhood and is quite an attention-grabber. The main entrance seems partially hidden by original panels which wrap the whole building in a shell-like surface. The home is structured on two levels and the asymmetrical walls make the interiors unique. The arrangements are minimalist and modern, the contrast between the floors and white walls creating an appealing visual effect. (Photographer: Masaya Yoshimura)


  • Noor March 21, 2011 at 20:37 PMLogin to Reply →

    woooow Amazing

  • office chair eames March 22, 2011 at 08:00 AMLogin to Reply →

    Now a days mostly people wants to decorate their homes by choosing their furniture design color contrast its play big role in designing.

  • O'Neal March 22, 2011 at 16:10 PMLogin to Reply →

    A very interesting home! Construction must have been challenging based on the odd shapes and angles.

  • Diego March 31, 2011 at 02:09 AMLogin to Reply →

    Fea casa. El exterior sin gracia alguna, y el interior sin nada bueno para dar.