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House For Seven People in Tokyo, Japan by mnm

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

Article source: mnm 

The House for Seven People

The original house was built 37 years ago with a mixed structure; steel on the ground floor and timber on the first floor. Since its original construction in 1977, the site around the house has dramatically changed. The two-story house is now surrounded by 7-9 story buildings in an area known as the “Urban Village“, which lies between Yamate-Dori and Megro River – a three minute walk from Fudomae Metro Station in Tokyo.

Image Courtesy © Sadao Hotta

  • Architects: mnm
  • Project: House For Seven People
  • Location: Tokyo, Japan
  • Photography: Sadao Hotta and Morinaka Yasuaki
  • Construction: N.F.C Takashi Kitahara
  • Main Use: Dwelling
  • Client: Chie Hayashi
  • Design Period: March 2013 – May 2013
  • Construction Period: July 2013 – August 2013
  • Number of Floors: 2

House in Yokawa, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan by Mosaic Design

Sunday, March 9th, 2014

Article source: Mosaic Design 

The house is located in Yokawa, which is in the south-central part of Hyogo Prefecture.

The clients are a senior couple and have lived in several countries around the world such as Panama, Peru, Los Angels, Singapore, London and Tokyo for their business. After retiring, they decided to return to their hometown.

Image Courtesy © Takeshi Yamagishi

  • Architects: Mosaic Design (Ko Nakamura + Yurika Orita)
  • Project: House in Yokawa
  • Location: Hyogo Prefecture, Japan
  • Photography: Takeshi Yamagishi
  • Building Type: Housing
  • Construction: Yamamoto Komuten
  • Site Area: 999.87sqm
  • Bulding Area: 253.43sqm
  • Total Floor Area: 190.46sqm

ROOM 211 (HOTEL T’POINT) in Osaka, Japan by MIFUNE DESIGN STUDIO

Sunday, March 9th, 2014

Article source: MIFUNE DESIGN STUDIO

Graceful Dance of Shower Curtains

Hotel room is a temporary private space and there is a specific manner of partition for each guest, which produces feeling of comfort and calmness. It is not always constant and varies depending on feeling of the day and time. This room has no partition and instead there are only three shower curtains. Here, the guest can move each shower curtain when necessary and change the manner of partition freely with elaboration.

Image Courtesy © Yasunori Shimomura

  • Architects: MIFUNE DESIGN STUDIO (Yasutoshi Mifune)
  • Project: ROOM 211 (HOTEL T’POINT)
  • Location: Osaka, Japan
  • Photography: Yasunori Shimomura
  • Type: hotel room
  • Year: 2011
  • Client: HOTEL T’POINT
  • Area: 42 sqm
  • Materials: shower curtain, plaster, concrete
  • Builder: Obai carpentry shop

O Dispensing Pharmacy in Ogaki city, Japan by ninkipen!

Friday, March 7th, 2014

Article source: ninkipen!

This is a new construction for a pharmacy in front of a general hospital.

We considered how the architecture itself could become a symbol in the town, but unlike other pharmacies filling the streets with big, showy graphic signage.

Image Courtesy © Hiroki kawata

  • Architects: ninkipen! (Yasuo Imazu)
  • Project: O Dispensing Pharmacy
  • Location: Ogaki city, Japan
  • Photography: Hiroki kawata
  • Stractual engineer: Yosiki Mondo
  • Use: dispensing pharmacy
  • Completion: 2013.12
  • Site area: 177.00m2
  • Building area: 106.50m2
  • Total floor area: 172.14m2

Home for all in kesennuma, Japan by zhaoyang architects

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014

Article source: zhaoyang architects

The home-for-all in Kesennuma is designed and built as a gathering space for a fishing community that severely suffered from the Tsunami in 2011. It is located at Kesennuma’s Oya fishing harbor that serves as a center for the local fishing activities and community life. It’s a shelter in which fishermen can take a rest, a place where the wives would wait for their husbands to return [with the catch] and sometimes a marketplace.

Image Courtesy © Jonathan Leijonhufvud

  • Architects: zhaoyang architects
  • Project: home for all in kesennuma
  • Location: kesennuma, Japan
  • Photography: Hisao Suzuki, Jonathan Leijonhufvud
  • Local Architect: MasanoriWatase
  • Design team: Ruofan Chen, Zhou Wu
  • Structural engineering: Hideaki Hamada
  • Site Supervision: Takezou Murakoshi
  • Client: People of Ohyadistrict in Kesennuma-city, Miyagiprefecture, Japan
  • Site area: 419.21m2
  • Built area, Total floor area: 93.45m2
  • Cost: 100000 euros
  • Design phase (beginning and endingmonth, year): Dec. 2012 – Jun. 2013
  • Construction phase (beginning and endingmonth, year): Jul. 2013 – Oct. 2013

Materials

  • Roof:  galvanizedsteelsheet
  • Ceiling: plywood + protectivecoating
  • Exteriorwall: concrete + protective coating
  • Interiorwall: concrete + protective coating

Okazaki House in Aichi Prefecture, Japan by Kiyotoshi Mori & Natsuko Kawamura / MDS

Sunday, March 2nd, 2014

Article source: Kiyotoshi Mori & Natsuko Kawamura / MDS

The generation gap has become a problem in Japan in recent years. There are an increasing number of two-family homes, as well as houses built on the lots of parents’ houses. This house is one of the latter. Although the residents are parents and child, solicitude should be expressed with this not-so-large site. This house is a one-story building with a shed roof, which lowers the roof height on the side of the parents’ house, resulting in wide views maintained with open sky from the parents’ house.

Image Courtesy © Forward Stroke inc.

  • Architects: Kiyotoshi Mori & Natsuko Kawamura / MDS
  • Project: Okazaki House
  • Location: Aichi Prefecture, Japan
  • Photography: Forward Stroke inc.
  • Date of Completion: 2012
  • Principal Use: Residence
  • Structure: Wood
  • Site Area: 213.74m2
  • Total Floor Area: 98.17 m2 /1F

Window House in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan by Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects

Saturday, March 1st, 2014

Article source: Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects 

A weekend house facing to the Sagami Bay with view to Mt. Fuji and Enoshima. The site is just 3 x 8m with 60% of footprint, and the building has become 3-stories almost automatically because the ground floor had to be a piloti by consideration of the storm surge.

Image Courtesy © Yasutaka Yoshimura

  • Architects: Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects
  • Project: Window House
  • Location: Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
  • Photography: Yasutaka Yoshimura
  • Structure: Reinforced concrete + wooden
  • Completion year: 2013
  • Site Area: 26.11m2
  • Building Area: 15.42m2
  • Total Floor Area: 32.85m2
  • Structural engineers: Akira Suzuki / ASA
  • General constructors: Tosho Build Plan

Krampon house in Hyogo, Japan by Shogo Aratani Architect & Associates

Saturday, March 1st, 2014

Article source: Shogo Aratani Architect & Associates

This is a residential area where the magnificent nature still remains. The site is situated on a sloped land among natural forest. Two large trees with beautifully shaped branches (one is a camphor tree and the other a cherry tree) stand on top of the site. These trees are integrated into the residential design.

Image Courtesy © Yutaka Kinumaki

  • Architects: Shogo Aratani Architect & Associates
  • Project: Krampon house
  • Location: Hyogo, Japan
  • Photography: Yutaka Kinumaki
  • Date of Completion: March,2012
  • Principal Use: House
  • Structure: timber flame
  • Site Area: 360.35m2
  • Building Area: 104.53m2
  • Total Floor Area: 136.65m2 (84.05m2/1F, 52.60m2/2F)
  • Structural Engineer: S3 Associates Inc.
  • Construction: Amerikaya Co.,Ltd.

Agui House in Aichi, Japan by ALTS DESIGN OFFICE

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

Article source: ALTS DESIGN OFFICE

This house have ” “Engawa”which means the space between the interior and the exterior horizontally are arranged, commonly seen in the classic Japanese architecture . In this project,we tried to create new versatile various and rich life space to live even better lives.

Image Courtesy © ALTS DESIGN OFFICE

  • Architects: ALTS DESIGN OFFICE (Sumiou Mizumoto, Yoshitaka Kuga)
  • Project: Agui House
  • Location: Aichi, Japan
  • Construction: built of wood
  • Number of stories: 2
  • Gross area: 120.90 ㎡
  • Completed date: 2014.2

House in Daizawa, Japan by Nobuo Araki / The Archetype

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

Article source: Nobuo Araki / The Archetype

Situated in a calm residential area of Setagaya, Tokyo, the rectangular house faces southward, with a garden at the rear. Several meters in front of the house, a concrete wall has been constructed to provide sufficient privacy to the glass-façade house, while retaining a sense of openness.

Image Courtesy © SHIMIZU KEN

  • Architects: Nobuo Araki / The Archetype
  • Project: House
  • Location: Daizawa, Japan
  • Photography: SHIMIZU KEN
  • Completion: June2013
  • Building type: personal residence

Consultant

  • Structure: G.DeSIGN/TakeyukiGaino
  • Facility: SH/Koji Nagai , ShuNagasawa
  • Lighting: On&Off/Shinji Yamaguchi
  • General constructor: Watanabetomi Corporation
  • Structure: wooden structure
  • Number of floors: 2 stories
  • Site area: 165.37 m2
  • Building area: 66.04m2
  • Total floor area: 111.15 m2
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