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Our friend Matsunami Mitsutomo’s “Apartment in Katayama” is one of the five finalists in the housing category of ArchDaily Building of the Year 2010. Take a look at our five-part article of the architecture and visit ArchDaily to vote if you like!
© Noriyoshi Morimura Architects
The owner of this house runs a steel beam construction company. We can see that he has combined his resources and skills together Continue Reading
Photo © Koji Sakai
An urban home with a sense of privacy in a less than ideal location.
This is a small outbuilding which has been extended and transformed into a house – now a bed and breakfast. The aim was to introduce steel sheets into the existing structure to create a mezzanine floor; the aim then was to extend these sheets outdoors in order to create a living room enclosed solely in glass which opens out generously into the natural surrounding environment Continue Reading
© TORAFU ARCHITECTS
The making of an iconic house in Yokohama, built in 2008.
Photo © Eiji Tomita
shabon n. soap ; soap bubbles.