Jan 09, 2014 /
leibal_fivevoids_yamauchi_10 by Five Voids House is a minimalist house located in Hokkaido, Japan, designed by Yamauchi Architects & Associates. The home epitomizes the amalgamation of traditional Japanese design with contemporary aesthetics. The interior utilizes Shoji doors, which serves as a partition to completely open up the space. The architects chose to leave some of the wooden wall... View Article

Five Voids House is a minimalist house located in Hokkaido, Japan, designed by Yamauchi Architects & Associates. The home epitomizes the amalgamation of traditional Japanese design with contemporary aesthetics. The interior utilizes Shoji doors, which serves as a partition to completely open up the space. The architects chose to leave some of the wooden wall structure exposed. (2)

Five Voids House is a minimalist house located in Hokkaido, Japan, designed by Yamauchi Architects & Associates. The home epitomizes the amalgamation of traditional Japanese design with contemporary aesthetics. The interior utilizes Shoji doors, which serves as a partition to completely open up the space. The architects chose to leave some of the wooden wall structure exposed.