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Pixelated Mesh-Wrapped Garden Spruces Up an Urban Home in Japan

by , 10/27/11
filed under: Architecture



Koseki, Koseki Architect, Oh, Osaka, Japan, mesh, pixelated, home garden, urban garden, daylighting, natural ventilation, small footprint, green design, sustainable design, eco-design

The designers placed the small garden adjacent to the Oh family’s small, naturally-finished home, where window slices permit a soft infusion of daylight and ensure constant views of the new garden. Sliding glass doors further ensconce the connection between the built and natural environment and send a breeze circulating throughout the house.

When living in a city lacking abundance of all things green, a simple intervention like this beautiful garden really can create the happiness that often comes with being close to nature.

+ Koseki Architecture Office

All images © Toshihide Kajiwara

Via Designboom

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