If the title, “KH:3 House,” isn’t enough to catch your attention, then the house itself, designed by NRM Architects, should pretty much do the job. I admit that my one of many unhealthy obsessions is minimalistic design, but I also have a strange attraction toward grey-scale colors. It’s not that I view life with a dull and listless demeanor, but the clean aesthetic of a steel facade or the pureness of stark, white walls never cease to appeal to my tastes.
The house is a two-story residence located on the corner of a dense downtown area. The lighting, both natural and artificial, promulgates a serene modernism that is filtered throughout the interior. The exterior gives no indication to the openness of the inside space, which is, in fact, expressed with a great sense of depth and dimension.
Photos by Kazushi Hirano