Tuesday, March 9, 2010

House in Kodaira by Suppose Design Office

It's not one of the best examples of his architecture but in this project (almost as any other from them) they dilute the limits between interior-exterior in certain parts of the building. Also here the skin becomes a part of the project (which is not that often from them), reinterpretation of space, lighting conditions, distribution, etc. That's one of the main reasons why I find this Studio to be one of the new most interesting studios in the Japanese panorama.

"Japanese Suppose Design Office have recently completed 'house in kodaira' in tokyo. The building is half covered with tarpaulin to blur the barrier between indoors and outdoors. Bare soil is left in the living room space, to allow the owners to plant grass in the future. A skylight is positioned at the centre of the house, above the staircase providing daylight."

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