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Duplex House In Tokito / Hidehiro Fukuda Architects

  • 01:00 - 6 March, 2011
Duplex House In Tokito / Hidehiro Fukuda Architects
Duplex House In Tokito / Hidehiro Fukuda Architects, Courtesy of Hidehiro Fukuda Architects
Courtesy of Hidehiro Fukuda Architects

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  • Architects

  • Location

    Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan
  • Architects

    Hidehiro Fukuda Architects
  • Structural Engineers

    Ryozo Umezawa-Umezawa
  • Area

    152.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2010
  • Photographs

    Courtesy of Hidehiro Fukuda Architects

''Duplex house in tokito'' held concurrently and planned the two-generation house and the atelier to a still residential area in Hokkaido Hakodate. I wanted to express the living of the child with parents forever in shape, and the crane (paper crane) was assumed to be a concept of the design.

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Courtesy of Hidehiro Fukuda Architects

- There is a traditional custom of putting the wish for the long life and presenting the paper crane to an intimate person in Japan.

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Courtesy of Hidehiro Fukuda Architects

To do a little space in the center part, the volume of two layers and the volume of one layer on the next ground side were arranged on the park side.

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Courtesy of Hidehiro Fukuda Architects

The little space became a passage connected from the door with the court. A transparent material was selected, and the wall and the roof of the same material as the outside were made a space to feel the outside in the life of the parents home that was not able to go out through the room there.

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Courtesy of Hidehiro Fukuda Architects

The outside wall and the roof were covered with a light material like the shuttlecock. It seems to rest the wing from the court side seeming the faction of the bird from the entrance side. This expresses the movement of the wing.

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Courtesy of Hidehiro Fukuda Architects

It was assumed the composition of the room where an internal space also showed thought in the exterior as it was. The atelier and the Buddhist altar room were arranged on the side that seemed to flap. To rest the wing, two arranged the living room and the bedroom on the seen side.

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Courtesy of Hidehiro Fukuda Architects

A structural design is Ryozo Umezawa. It made it to the structure that consisted only in the outer part. The partition wall can be freely arranged while the room and the room tie. All the parts were expressed in white. A white space and a white passage connect all rooms. The space into which the aspect changes little by little appears when entering the inside as a result of connecting the roof with the diagonal.

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Cite: "Duplex House In Tokito / Hidehiro Fukuda Architects" 06 Mar 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/116897/duplex-house-in-tokito-hidehiro-fukuda-architects/>
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jan adegeest · October 09, 2013

another bad translated project description, and it could be cultural bu why are they keep all the day light out? Mostly I like the Japanese minimal design and care for detail but looking at the photo's only thing I wondering is what it would look like if the photographers lights are off.

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