Akio Isshiki Architects marries old and new with Japanese home and restaurant

Japanese studio Akio Isshiki Architects has transformed an old wooden building into a warm-toned home and public restaurant named House in Hayashisaki Matsue Beach.

Located on a coastal street in Akashi in southern Japan, the mixed-use space was built within a 50-year-old building for a local designer and features a curry restaurant as well as residential and working spaces.

Designed to reflect traditional Japanese dwellings, the home and restaurant are contained within a wooden building that was previously dark and separated.

House in Hayashisaki Matsue Beach was designed by Akio Isshiki Architects

During the renovation, Akio Isshiki Architects aimed to pair existing elements with modern features to reflect the mixed-use

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