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BRABBU reflects an intense way of living, bringing fierceness, strength and power into an urban lifestyle inspired by the nature and the cultures of the world. Regarding the brand DNA we took a look at Clark Court Amazing Residence, North Carolina, a project by In Situ Studio inspired by Japanese Architecture & Design.
Challenged by a young couple with a newborn to design an open house on a prominent site that would provide privacy and create intimate connections between the interior and exterior, In Situ Studio team was inspired by a Modern and Japanese design to develop this project with an attractive japanese interior design.
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The residence was planned on three levels: basement, ground level entry, kitchen and offices on the middle level and bedroom and playroom on the last floor, with large windows and skylights allowing natural lighting to flow freely inside, always considering the japanese interior desing style. Other features include “a delicate pavilion which extends southwest from the main volume and onto the most private portion of the site, under three large oak trees. Here, living and dining are sheltered under a broad, thin roof supported by four small columns and the hearth. Operable glass walls open this space to the yard. The slender form of the house and thin edges belie its large size.”
Even the staircases design don’t lie. In Situ Studio really took in mind the japanese interior design style, as well the japanese architecture to design this elegant residence in North Carolina.