Roof House / Tezuka Architects

  • 14 Mar 2009
  • Houses Selected Works

 

Katsuhisa Kida / FOTOTECA

Principal use: Residence
Building site: Hatano-shi, Kanagawa,
Site area: 298.59m2
Building area: 107.65m2
Total floor area: 96.89m2
Number of stories: 1F
Structure: Wood
Architects: Tezuka Architects - Takaharu+Yui Tezuka, Masahiro Ikeda, Daisuke Sanada
Architectural and Structural desing: + MASAHIRO IKEDA co., ltd

Lighting design: Masahide Kakudate (Masahide Kakudate Lighting Architect & Associates, Inc.)
Construction: Isoda
Design period: 2000.3-2000.8
Construction period: 2000.9-2001.3
Photography: Katsuhisa Kida / FOTOTECA

This house boasts chairs, a table, a kitchen and a shower on its rooftop. Each family member enjoys his own skylight, from which a ladder gives access to the roof.

Katsuhisa Kida / FOTOTECA
Katsuhisa Kida / FOTOTECA
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  • dira

    WOW, I always dreamt in creating thing kids oh house. Love it

  • miguel angel

    i guess that there’s no wind there…jaja
    i think it’s great for hot summer

  • Simon

    Awesome, they designed the children’s bedroom with an entrance to the highest side of the roof. 3560mm: they took the proverb living on the edge literally.

  • charles

    i like the idea. i don’t know about the rooftop kitchen though. and there doesn’t seem to be any protection against people falling off the roof.
    but it’s nice to see that space used for something.

  • http://www.mako.sk _m

    (I like it that theres no railing on the roof, it would ruin design and feeling you experience by siting on the edge :)

    I like it a lot, simple and clean design.

  • http://casablanca-design.synthasite.com/ omar

    The concept is great, the execution was even better. i love the simplicity and the direct approach to the execution. this kept the purity of the concept without any extras.

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  • phoebe

    i love this!when i build my dream home this will be one of the inspirations.

  • http://www.tallerenfoque.com daniel heredia

    roof house, un sitio para llegar al cielo, para incrementar el potencial del suelo, descriminar lo vertical e incedir en lo horizontal, un limite que se extiende y genera contraindicaciones al permanecer, al desvanecerse y encontrarse en otro horizonte, pasar de diferentes mundos o cielos, como los tres cielos que habla la biblia, donde el ultimo cielo en este caso es el encuentro de la familia, una tradición familiar vuelta arquitectura.

  • Rodrigo Tello

    “que poeticos”

  • Kin Ray

    NICE!