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Garden Gallery: Ryue Nishizawa’s Garden House

Garden  House by Ryue Nishizawa
How about this little slice of inspiration for monday morning.  Landscapers are always trying to get architects, homeowners and builders  to involve them earlier and more holistically into the process of site design and construction….and it often doesn’t happen.  So this notion of integrating gardens and greenery to an even greater level seems particularly  remarkable. I do hope we start building more homes like this — if you were a green-starved city dweller — wouldn’t you like to live here?
Garden House Tokyo japan

This Tokyo townhouse was designed by Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa.

images from iwan.com

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