Traditional Japanese Architecture

Japanese Architecture is traditionally being known as aesthetically simple design typically wooden architecture with heavy emphasis on roof structures, paper thin often movable walls and customizable internal space.

Since inner spaces are fluid often the surrounding environment is incorporated in the design and creates a structure on whole.

Another important feature is the landscape design in the form of tea gardens.



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