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Japanese architect Tadashi Yoshimura created a living room lined with mud during the renovation of this 200-year-old family house in Nara.

Wood Old House by Tadashi Yoshimura Architects

Japanese architect Tadashi Yoshimura created a living room lined with mud during the renovation of this 200-year-old family house in Nara.

Above: The original walls of the house are tsuchi-kabe (mud plastered), a traditional technique used in old houses. For an updated look, the walls were covered with shikui, or traditional Japanese plaster.

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Above: The original walls of the house are tsuchi-kabe (mud plastered), a traditional technique used in old houses. For an updated look, the walls were covered with shikui, or traditional Japanese plaster.

This 1880s image by KIMBEI KUSAKABE is one of the few shots that take you inside the richly shadowed inner courtyard of a large Japanese Tea House, in Tonosawa, near Hakone

This 1880s image by KIMBEI KUSAKABE is one of the few shots that take you inside the richly shadowed inner courtyard of a large Japanese Tea House, in Tonosawa, near Hakone

wood old house - gose - tadashi yoshimura - cuina / kitchen

Wood Old House / Tadashi Yoshimura Architects

Wood Old House by Tadashi Yoshimura Architects

Wood Old House by Tadashi Yoshimura Architects

tadashi yoshimura architects / wood house, gose-city nara

Traditional wooden town house renovation in Nara, Japan

I've always loved the idea of an open room exposed to the elements. Wood Old House by Tadashi Yoshimura Architects

Wood Old House by Tadashi Yoshimura Architects

I've always loved the idea of an open room exposed to the elements. Wood Old House by Tadashi Yoshimura Architects


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