House in Chayagasaka

Architect: Tetsuo Kondo

Location: Aichi, Japan

Year built: 2012

Conceived with the idea of ​​building a dwelling of a single room, this house has a floor entirely open, which is made from a composition of ordinary boxes of room sizes of variable shapes that are stacked one above the other in a staggered manner . Designed for a young couple and their two young children, the architect thought that the house had to be adaptable to the needs of the family in relation to the area where the house is situated, near a new subway station. The customer has requested that the largest possible number of common areas to be incorporated, so that they could spend more time together as a family. The architect created an architecture that offers a fine balance between connected areas and separate. Every so-called chamber extending from a central staircase, creating a series of covered terraces that offer views in other areas of the house. This arrangement has a complex relationship between each of the volumes, such that if a part was to be changed, the entire building would be affected in some way.

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Sources: http://www.designboom.com/architecture/tetsuo-kondo-architects-house-in-chayagasaka/gallery/image/tetsuo-kondo-architects-house-in-chayagasaka-2/

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. archie ha detto:

    Very useful details. Hope to notice more blogposts soon!

    1. ArchIntoJapan ha detto:

      yes !!! thank u for all ^^

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