Kanagawa Flexible Architecture For Residences And Office Use

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When it comes to architecture and interior design we often mention words like “flexibility” but few projects take things as further as this one. Aki Hamada architectural firm created a building that mixes multi-purpose offices with residence space. It is built in Kanagawa, Japan and has something really special. It is fully open and made out of wood. Most of the building elements were created with one sole purpose in mind: making it really easy to reconfigure based on user wishes. This is an idea that is quite interesting and that can create great open spaces that you can adapt to all your space wishes.

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