Nakamura House ....... This page will turn in 30 seconds

Sitting in a traditional Okinawan home means kneeling on the tatami mat. The only pieces of furniture in the Nakamura home are low tables and desks - about 8" high.There are no beds nor designated bedrooms. The family stores futons, large thick quilts, in closets and bring them out at night. The futon is spread out on the tatami and voila! a bedroom!! Next morning, futons are put away and the room is used for studying, eating, talking, etc.
simplicity speaks volumes about design
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