1. This two-building residence in Japan uses shadows and light to create a rhythm in the living spaces  CNA Luxury
  2. Junya Ishigami hides mud-covered house and restaurant below ground level in Japan  Dezeen
  3. House & Restaurant / junya ishigami + associates  ArchDaily
  4. Explore Junya Ishigami’s cave-like house and restaurant design  Wallpaper*
  5. junya ishigami completes cavernous house and restaurant in yamaguchi, japan  Designboom
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Inspired by his memories of his childhood years, architect Hitoshi Saruta’s family residence in Nagano is a creative haven for his family of artists and musicians.Inspired by his memories of his childhood years, architect Hitoshi Saruta’s family residence in Nagano is a creative haven for his family of artists and musicians.

This two-building residence in Japan uses shadows and light to create a rhythm in the living spaces - CNA Luxury

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A Japanese house and restaurant are contained within this mud-covered building by Junya Ishigami, which was crafted by pouring concrete into holes.A house and restaurant are contained within this mud-covered building by Junya Ishigami, which was crafted by pouring concrete into holes.

Junya Ishigami hides mud-covered house and restaurant below ground

Architect Junya Ishigami designs cave-like house and restaurant in Yamaguchi, Japan, that resembles a caveJapanese architect Junya Ishigami has completed his impressive, cave-like Home/Restaurant project in his home country’s Yamaguchi

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