The Wu Villa is intended for both martial arts practice and music making.

A design studio in Brookyn wants to bring Wu-Tang Clan’s Samurai aesthetic to life with a specially designed retreat for a “secret location” in Japan.

Inspired by Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai, Squirtstudio‘s design for the Wu Villa – which is currently under development by – is modelled on a Japanese straw roof house and shaped into Wu-Tang’s iconic “W” logo.

The proposed villa features the four traditional rooms – genkan (entry), ima (living room), daidokoro (kitchen) and yokushitsu (bathroom) and is constructed from wood in a traditional Japanese style.

The retreat is intended to be a place for quiet music composition and martial arts practice – without interruption – and would include recording studio equipment.

[via designboom]
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