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Mizoe House by Takashi Seisho and Akinari Tanaka

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normal Mizoe House by Takashi Seisho and Akinari Tanaka

Architects [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] have completed a house in Hakodate, Japan, where triangular, concrete slabs in the facade mask views of neighbouring houses.

The windows extend the full height of the house and direct the occupants’ gaze upwards towards the sky.

The interior comprises bare wood and white-painted surfaces.

The residence was designed for a couple and their two young children.

Here’s some more information from the architects:

“MIZOE HOUSE” by Takashi Seisho + Akinari Tanaka (Structure engineer: Kenji Nawa)
Situation and demands
The site is located in a residential area in Hakodate (Japan) where the
vestige of a field is still left. The family is Mr. And Mrs. Mizoe and
their two small children. We thought “Space with a gradual boundary”
and “For cold district” are problems especially in their demands.

To sublime these two items under the low cost, we based on the volume
of dice in which the space of one being settled is efficiently
obtained. Next, we chose the technique “Wrench” to be able to use the
site effectively even by the volume of dice, and to feel the inside to
be wide.

Effects of “Wrench”
To lose dark spaces in between the neighboring houses is the first
head. A peripheral field, road, and next gardens are taken on the
premises, and it makes a city extension.

The second is parrying as for a glance with the house of the purlieu
each other. It is a simple behavior of city. Next, it is to select
scenery well.

In the part where it touches the neighboring house, the triangular
wall and vend windows that is dragged by the rotation of the hull lead
our eyes to the vast sky. In the part where the view is good, the slit
window takes scenery directly.

The last is connecting the space slippery. Three-dimensional
constricted parts in a void made by not wrenching the internal core
alone regardless of the hull. These constricted parts connect to each
individual spaces keeping independently.

At the end
We thought, in the internal space obtained by “Wrench”, there is
“Movement” of the space and the light that doesn’t understand in the
photograph. We want for more people to feel this house.

Takashi Seisho / Seisho Takashi Architect’ Studio
Akinari Tanaka / Tanaka Akinari Architect’ Office

Posted by Rose Etherington from dezeen.com

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