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How Different Countries Around the World Do Indoor-Outdoor Living

By Dwell @dwell
tokyo, house, Takaharu and Yui Tezuka


This traditional Tokyo home's engawa (a wide corridor, protected under eaves, that skirts the perimeters of traditional Japanese houses) needed some restorative attention—rather than opening onto a garden, it faced a blank wall. The architects behind the remodel knocked down the wall, creating a larger lot. They situated the new house on the length of the lot, alongside a new garden that extends to the original engawa.

Photo by Adam Friedberg.
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