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Located in a semi-pure woodlands space within the Ibaraki Prefecture of Japan, this personal home was designed for a household of 4 by Naoi Structure & Design Workplace. The massive plot of land is in a newly developed space and the architect selected to attach the house with nature by designing a one-story home that opened as much as the encompassing neighborhood.
The design is about up as an open sq. plan with a front room within the center. A main bedroom, rest room, front room, kitchen, and closet are lined across the outer zones.
The massive hipped roof is constructed out of picket roof girders and rafters for help. The roofline mimics a mountain which was sadly misplaced in the course of the neighborhood’s improvement part.
The attic area is roofed by the hipped roof with the complete south aspect being coated with glass.
The opposite aspect of the home slopes right down to type the only story facet of the construction.
Sliding doorways may be closed to subdivide the dwelling space up for privateness.
The sloped roof creates a lightness all through the area because of the peak and window panels within the attic area.
The attic area supplies additional room for the household and permits for a loft space that overlooks the open dwelling space.
Pictures by Hiroshi Ueda.