Japanese home design are completed designed by the architect Tadahiro Shimada. This contemporary home designs is designed by the architect in Kyoto, Japan. Which covers area for about 59.63 square meters, it is constructed in 2010-2011.
This Japanese living space is a small cubical building with the triangular roof architecture design. This Japanese home design is built by the architect intended for a couple and a young child and is situated on a small housing lot in the mist of Kyoto city. With a “Sense of distance” as the theme, this Japanese home design is exists. Including books and the Japanese style space, the first floor is an LDK space, while the second floor is a compact plan with a child’s room, a bedroom, a study, a closet and a small terrace within the void. Each room which is occupying inside this Japanese living space is tied together with an indoor window.
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By indoor window of this contemporary living space, each of family members is in a different place and with good relations for the family; it is creating a sense of distance. Due to an apartment building which approaches on the east side and another living space which is approaches the north side, the location does not offer an excellent view or privacy.
By the architect, the living space’s first floor consolidates the opening in the direction f the southwest and the second for the southeast to solve this problem. Which faces to the southwest, the living space opening on the second floor are provides windows for the bedroom and the child’s room through a buffer space which is created by the house terrace and the house stairway. This living space is painted in black color. This is a nice and comfortable small living space architecture design.
Architects: Tadahiro Shimada
Location: Kyoto, Japan
Project Year: 2010-2011
Project Area: 59.63 sqm
Photographs: Kei Sugino