Another residential project from Japanese architects Suppose Design Office, who designed a house that is located in Sakuragawa, Japan. This family home has been designed to create a spacious interior with a limited floor plan. The building is located on a 50 square meter corner plot.
To the South, across the road, is a park, promising an environment in which the four seasons can vividly be felt. Here we sought to build an expansive home in which a family of two parents, a child, a grandmother, and a dog would be able to live comfortably.
Though the site is small, from the beginning we wanted to build a house that felt big, as if even the park was your own. From the aperture in the 2nd ﬂoor living space, with it’s bay windows and bench that make you feel as though you are sitting in the park and where you…
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This is simply wonderful!
I’ve spent two hellish sessions now with someone who has hoarded a bunch of stuff thinking it’s all going to become collectible and increase in value.
He’s been trying to unload this crap now.
He checks prices on eBay with Highest Price listed first and thinks he’s sitting on some sort of gold mine.
It’s not the highest price that establishes any damn market, it’s the lowest.
So when he scrolls down and sees that the Highest price differs from the Lowest by five or even ten times, he doesn’t frikkin get it.
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