Japanese design often mimics forms found in nature, The Curve House in Shiga Prefecture is one of them. Curved house in Japan is introducing an organic building, where the environment is dominated by shades of traditional thatched houses.
Architect Tsuyoshi Kawata Osaka from Tonoma studio designed this building to bring the garden architecture and environment.
This house has several crescent-shaped hole that gives access to the lush green garden.
Natural wood frame provides a structure that gives warmth and interior and exterior, wood-framed windows as well, with a wider opening to the expanse of the park.
The building consists of two floors, which includes a living room and dining room, master bedroom downstairs. Meanwhile, on the upper floor consists of a playroom and study room. Bedrooms are located at the front of the house, while the living room runs along the back.