Yasunari Tsukada established his Osaka design firm in 2012 and tackled his first independent project renovating a residential home.
Tsukada was tasked with creating a 2-generation family home that would give the family a sense of togetherness, while at the same time providing a calm and relaxed space for the members to still shave some sense of privacy. The house has a very open design with most of the common rooms without doors but rather “openings” and no ceiling. Tsukada explains that all of the rooms have at least two windows, providing a lot of natural light during the day and continuing the open feel throughout the home.
source: Yasunari Tsukada