Japanese firm Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture‘s “Fusionner 1.0″ was on display this past March at the White Gallery Cube in Nagoya, Aichi, Japan. The installation consisted of two horizontal floating membranes stretched across a simple rectilinear room, dividing the space vertically into three sections.
Architects: Suppose Design Office
Location: Nagoya city, Aichi, Japan
Program: House with shop
Structure: Reinforced concrete structure, 3 stories
Site area: 84.09m
Building area: 44.41m
Total floor area: 103.60m (1st floor：38.80m 2nd floor：32.40m 3rd floor：32.40m)
Building coverage: 52.81% (max 60%)
Ratio of building volume to lot: 123.20% (max 200%)
Photographs: Toshiyuki Yano from Nacasa&Partners Inc.