Sea front house
Nowhere but Sajima House in Japan embodies elegance and relaxation. It?s located in a small fishing village not far from Tokyo, but provides tranquility and beautiful overviews of Mount Fuji and the Enoshima peninsula, so the owners could have a rest from the city bustle. Interior and exterior of Nowhere but Sajima House were designed by architect Japanese Yasutaka Yoshimura. In addition to a sense of comfort and calmness, you\'ll find everything you need to get new experiences and inspiration. This wonderful house is offered for rent now, you will be able to spend vacation, a small party or wedding there.
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As we know, there is not so much land in Japan. This condition inspires architects to create their masterpieces in limited space. The coastal house, you see on pictures below, with a garden that is located on the roof could be a great example. The project, designed by Ciel Rouge Creation, was called Villa Ronde. This complex includes a private museum, guest house and recreation area. Access to the sea creates a magnificent view. The round shape of the complex is necessary not only for aesthetic pleasure, but it also protects from strong winds which are typical for the Japanese coast. The garden on the roof creates a feeling of unity with environment and emphasizes the naturalness of the project.
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