This futuristic two-storey residence designed in 2013 by Asai Architects is situated in a residential space in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan.
Description by Asai Architects This home is situated in a residential space in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo. The space is known as “Isshu teiso jukyo chiiki” which accurately interprets to “class one low-rise unique residential districts” which have principally two-story or three-story homes. The proprietor of this home is a pair with two youngsters and requested that the inside areas of the home not be completely uncovered but in addition not closed to the encompassing space. Two volumes have been positioned parallel at an angle with the location’s main course, with sky lighting between them to create an inside area that has each publicity and closure. This area is roofed with picket louvers and in addition serves as a deck terrace, making it a really perfect play space for youngsters. Trees have been positioned in six exterior triangular areas within the hole of the neighboring land to take care of the openness of the interior area, and greens have been planted in each nook of the location to scale back the sensation of strain on the encompassing space.
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