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    House in Futakoshinchi / Tato Architects #simple #industrial design #industry design #industrial| http://industrialdesignbret.blogspot.com

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    Unique Inspiration Design Staircase for Small Space with Best Material: Agreeable staircase for small space interior architecture house designed by tato architects with wooden stairs inspired creative decorating in addition to white painting walls

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