Designed in 2014 by Suppose Design Office, this minimalist concrete single household residence is located in Nishiochia, Japan.
Description by Suppose Design Office The proprietor needs to take pleasure in a home with lovely mild and wealthy spatial meanings. The home wants additionally to stability tranquillity and heat. For this, we proposed a brand new type of the Japanese small residence within the context of the large metropolis. Usually, stairs and hall areas are seen as auxiliary area. In the case of this home the steps extends into the rooms and creates a fuzzy area with out outlined borders. These auxiliary area turns into integral to the design and manifest as thresholds which the proprietor could make which means of the areas as they inhabit. The spiral room and the massive atrium void creates a stack impact for pure air flow. Openings and canopies are positioned sparingly to create simply sufficient mild into the area, such that the result’s a comfortable inside with a dramatic tranquillity. Visit Suppose Design Office