Here I bring something new review for you guys. In this time I would like to review about a modern Japanese architecture homes. To be honest, not only the culture and Japanese comics (manga) which I love, but also the architecture of the house itself. See below for more information!
Recently I have gathered information about a modern Japanese home design. This time is a home design which called the House S. This modern Japanese living space is completed designed by the architect Keiji Ashizawa Design. This living space is sited in Tokyo, Japan, precisely located in a quiet residential area in a center of Tokyo. One thing should you all know guys, the site is of the house is a cul-de-sac, removed from the main thoroughfares, and was once a samurai residence, so there are old pine and zelkova trees in the area.
There, such surroundings, even in the midst of the city, significantly impacted the design. The house includes many gardens on each floor of the house. It is intended to bring the surrounding landscape into the house. As the result, the house will be part of this larger landscape, and in the meantime the green surroundings will help with privacy. The information said that the architect’s client wanted to insure that they could enjoy this larger landscape, as well as the art and furnishings that they have collected. It seems that the architect extensively discussed both their life style and a setting for these furnishings and how to mold materials, light, air and the space to fit this broader goal.
I have an opinion that all the materials, lighting and space are in constructed within the living space to work with art and furniture, as well as the function. The details and the colors are considered for this thing. They should be silent, but should have an identity. Most of the design details are developed specifically for this house, with this overall purpose in mind, down to handles, steps and windows.
Of this Japanese living space, the structure is complex, but it seems that the architect tried not to make this visible. The space is considered first in terms of the light from the outside, the flow of air, and the planning of art. Enjoyable to see or feel each in the space, and on each level, showing four clear seasons with different light and feelings.