Kyoma House is a project completed by Naf Architectures, a Japanese architectural firm based in Purifine, Italy. The home itself is located in a hilly area of Kyoto, in the region of Izuage, a hilly landscape in central Japan in the islands of Japan. The construction of the house was completed in 2011, and covers an area of 55,330 square feet.
The façade of the home is made of Stu/Matic, a combination of stone and wood that reminds of granidiant. In this sober combination, the home’s light wood looks like aged wood rather than cardylene, and the glass wall in between, provides additional light for making. The interior is done in a minimalist style, with wood and white walls, and decorated in a modern style. Forms are good distributed and solid colors, which result in a spectacular home.
Its exterior design makes it stand out from its surroundings, set in a lot of greenery that makes it different from the cast concrete of nearby, more traditional houses.
The interior, on the other hand, is conditioned by the sun and the family’s lifestyle, and distributed in a linear manner by way of a hall that allows a better understanding of space. A striking combination was created based on black and white, a combination that gives it great liberty with no obstacles. The kitchen is placed at the left-hand side, with a unique area rug that merges contemporary and traditional details.