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Tiny house by Kengo Kuma is perfect for the minimalist nomad

All wood everything Japanese architect Kengo Kuma brings a flair of minimalism to his new project, “jyubako,” a tiny mobile home that’s perfect for the nomad looking to strip down to the bare necessities in life. Developed in collaboration with Japanese outdoor goods company Snow Peak, the structure is wrapped in wood panelling, inside and out, seeking to fully incorporate nature into the design.
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