After a three-day weekend full of the 3-F trifecta (food, family, and fun), it was just a tad bit difficult getting myself out of bed this morning. But, I plowed through and with the help of a cup of coffee and some breakfast, I am alert and ready to face the day (let's hope this lasts). This morning, while searching the blogosphere, I happened upon something quite lovely. By way of the wonderful blog Ii-ne-kore, I found a wonderful Japanese architecture blog called What We Do Is Secret. A House Named Tofu, completed in 1997 in Kyoto was originally intended for a couple who wanted it to be their retirement home. Unlike most homes finished in the late 1990s, this home looks anything but dated and is a testament to how simple clean lines can give a home a timeless appearance.
PHOTOS COURTESY OF: WHAT WE DO IS SECRET