Recently designed by Yuji Kimura Design, this contemporary minimalist three-storey residence is situated in Tokyo, Japan.
Description by Yuji Kimura Design This home is on a website situated in a heavy-traffic space, surrounded by residences on each side and instantly behind. To create privateness, the plan consisted of designing a big wall that might block the road of sight on the roadside entrance, and mounting an elongated field extending east-west. The bedrooms have been organized on the south aspect, the place giant home windows have been centralized to benefit from the daylight. The entrance wall and the constructing have been related by a louver, and the in-between area was made right into a deck and a balcony. In distinction, the north aspect was designed with slender, slit-like home windows which makes the constructing seem to shift its eyes. The entrance corridor consists of a big-scale space for storing on the proprietor’s request. Next to it’s an open front room and a kitchen-eating space; skinny stairs produced from metal are positioned in such a means as to create a mild separation between the 2 areas. This stairwell continues to the loft, and offers lighting to the primary flooring. The second flooring consists a WC, rest room, and bedrooms, and leads instantly out to a balcony. Visit Yuji Kimura Design