Deck House

Kodaira / Japan / 2012

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This is a house composed of three trays. There is a small green urban square in front of the house. Three trays are pulled out and they look like a stair being continuous with the green park. The three edges of the trays have1.2 meter high walls, which are just high enough to keep privacy and 360 degree view to the urban context. There are only glass sliding doors dividing between inside and outside. The atmospheric division line is not the primary element of the architecture but subsidiary. There are only six columns on the ground floor and four on the upper level as if the three trays are flying in the air.
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    This is a house composed of three trays. There is a small green urban square in front of the house. Three trays are pulled out and they look like a stair being continuous with the green park. The three edges of the trays have1.2 meter high walls, which are just high enough to keep privacy and 360 degree view to the urban context. There are only glass sliding doors dividing between inside and outside. The atmospheric division line is not the primary element of the architecture but subsidiary. ...

    Project details
    • Year 2012
    • Work finished in 2012
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Single-family residence
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