Gallery: Striking Weekend House Modeled After a Japanese Kimono Overloo...

We've seen a lot of awesome Japanese architecture on Inhabitat, but we've never seen a kimono-styled home in our own state before. Until now. Architect David Jay Weiner was commissioned to build a small weekend home overlooking the Berkshire Hills for a Japanese client who wanted a quiet retreat from New York's busy city life. The light-filled home consists of a single sweeping volume that appears to fold in on itself and features an enviable interior that is chic and understated. Step in for more details of this beautiful, minimalist home in Rensselaer County.

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