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Architecture December, 19 2011

Shelton’s House, Japan, by Intentionallies Architects

Shuwa Tei of Intentionallies Architects designed this home for a family and their in-laws. In a residential area on the outskirts of Tokyo, this home is a concrete gem causing much house envy. We’re not going to lie, we’re suckers for the over use of glass, wooden flooring and sliding doors. Design Boom had us at this description “upon entering, the interior opens gradually, beginning as a continuous living room. Seemingly carved from
a concrete block, the lower portion of the stairway unfolds into a series of open riser treads which cantilever
from the bounding internal walls”.

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