DDAA Inc transforms traditional Japanese dwelling into pottery brand office

Architecture and design studio DDAA Inc has made minor tweaks to an 86-year-old house in Japan‘s Nagasaki prefecture to turn it into an office for ceramics brand Maruhiro.

The converted home is situated in Hasami, a historic area that first began producing porcelain pottery more than 400 years ago during the Edo period.

As well as accommodating Maruhiro‘s office, the building now houses a showroom, an artists’ residence and a kitchen.

Maruhiro’s office takes over an 86-year-old house in Hasami

This will eventually be used to prepare food for visitors of Hiroppa – a public plaza that DDAA Inc is

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