Timber volumes form live-work spaces for artist and architect in rural Japan www.dezeen.com

posted by  banzaitokyo | 9¬†months ago in Art & Culture

Japanese architect Makoto Suzuki has designed his own live-work space as a series of interlocking timber-clad buildings near Sapporo on Hokkaido island.

Suzuki created his own living and working spaces, along with an office for his wife, a weekend retreat for his father, and an artist's studio for sculptor Takenobu Igarashi.