The Garden Tree House is a undertaking restored by Hironaka Ogawa & Associates in Kagawa, Japan. Seen from the surface, the home seems to be completely regular (it has a contemporary design, a straight neat façade and a gorgeous zen backyard surrounding it). The “anomaly” consists in a pair of timber (an Azelkova and a Camphor tree), with sentimental worth, that ended up being built-in in the home’s construction. A actual problem for the architects and a sense of satisfaction for the house owners that (nonetheless) needed to benefit from the timber as part of their lives. “These timber seemed over the household for thirty-5 years. They coloured the gardenand grew up with the household. Therefore, using these timber and creating a brand new place for the shopper turned the primary theme for the design.”
The timber have been reduce with their branches intact, dried for a few weeks (to lose water) after which, built-in in the home’s construction as help columns, embellishing the lounge, the eating space and the kitchen. The lovely factor about this venture is that now, the Garden Tree House has a narrative. The home is all white, neat and breezy, undoubtably an oasis for the shoppers that have been in search of a glimpse of freshness and tranquility.