A Japanese-Inspired Home in the Middle of Texas

Perhaps the most well-known example of an architect drawing inspiration from Japan is the late Frank Lloyd Wright. His unfolding, earthbound home designs owe much to Japanese modernism, though they have been dubbed distinctly “American” in the architectural canon. With that in mind, it only makes sense that a trip to Japan feels like a rite of passage for many architects in the United States. Certainly, when Christopher Robertson visited the country, it turned out to be—he based the design for his own home on what he observed. READ THE FULL STORY AT ArchitecturalDigest.com

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