The nature of Japan can be called magical without hesitation. Kyoto Villa makes extensive use of this. However, not only do you live in a place that fires your imagination, but you also have access to private towers from which you can observe a wide range of bird species in their own fauna.
"Stone, earth and cherry wood are the leading factors.
Kacper Niezabitowski is a third-year architecture student and gave free rein to his burgeoning talent in creating this project. He chose Kyoto in Japan as the location. The result is nothing short of miraculous, as the images communicate without hesitation the passion with which this architectural design was created. The villa is surrounded by a beautiful botanical garden in which various types of plants alternate. The diversity that prevails here leaves you anything but unmoved. The love for nature is not only reflected in the garden and vegetation around it, but the actual material of the house was also selected from the same vision. Thus, stone, earth and cherry wood are the leading factors. The architecture of the villa shows references to the traditional buildings of the region. On the inside of the house, Niezabitowski made it a priority to provide places where residents can ideally engage in meditation and contemplation. In the living area, the fireplace became the focal point and there are several cupboards filled with books, artworks and unique objects. The combination of the strong architecture and the obvious love of local nature means that this project will not be easily forgotten. The beauty of Japan has been immortalised here in a memorable residential design. Images by Kacper Niezabitowski