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4 Colors / Kochi Architect's Studio

© Daichi Ano Courtesy of Kazuyasu Kochi Courtesy of Kazuyasu Kochi Courtesy of Kazuyasu Kochi

Courtesy of Kazuyasu Kochi
Courtesy of Kazuyasu Kochi

From the architect. This is a house piled  4 colors inteliors. The site is in the middle of slant in residential area in Tokyo Japan. The cemetery of temple is on the next. That enable to have good view and sunshine permanently. It is rare location, like a resort in crowd city.

© Daichi Ano
© Daichi Ano

The design started from some cliant's intelior image. The each floors is simply one room and different colors of material. I intend to make one building by stacking with different part. It is not integration but difference. It feels like natural as our various life.

Courtesy of Kazuyasu Kochi
Courtesy of Kazuyasu Kochi

Each floor has closet, toilet, facilities in the thick wall on north and west side. On the south and east side, I put glass wall and window allover. Each floor made as one room which has different mood, and shows different colors on exterior. An architecture cllaged various world as parallel.

Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite:"4 Colors / Kochi Architect's Studio" 17 Dec 2012. ArchDaily. Accesed . <http://www.archdaily.com/302400/4-colors-kochi-architects-studio/>