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  • Vlad Voloshin

    Simply Sustainable

  • Conveyancing Marketing Services Ltd

    Tadashi Murai - Watanabe residence, Izu Peninsula 2006. Via, photos (C) Alessio Guarino.

  • Chan Jackie

    open space

  • Dwanda Carter

    watanbe residence exterior view sliding panels - love this idea... opening your house to the outdoors :)

  • Dwell

    With its stilted base and harsh black walls, the Watanabe Residence makes no attempt to explain its presence on Japan’s Izu Peninsula. Though it rebels against its environment visually, this blocky home comes with a long list of sustainable, Earth-friendly features. Photo by Alessio Guarino.

  • Ludovic Maillard

    Located in a hidden valley on the picturesque Izu Peninsula, a few hours west of Tokyo, the Watanabe Residence, designed by architect Tadashi Murai, looks more like an imposing black box propped amidst the wooded landscape than a model of environmental friendliness.

  • Amanda Winchester

    7 Small Spaces Under 400-Square-Feet

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