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  7. House of Seven Gardens / Ikimono Architects

House of Seven Gardens / Ikimono Architects

  • 00:00 - 28 July, 2011
House of Seven Gardens / Ikimono Architects
House of Seven Gardens / Ikimono Architects, Courtesy of Takashi Fujino / Ikimono Architects
Courtesy of Takashi Fujino / Ikimono Architects

Courtesy of Takashi Fujino / Ikimono Architects Courtesy of Takashi Fujino / Ikimono Architects Courtesy of Takashi Fujino / Ikimono Architects Courtesy of Takashi Fujino / Ikimono Architects + 24

  • Architects

  • Location

  • Architect

    Takashi Fujino / Ikimono Architects
  • Structure

    Timber frame construction
  • Roof

    Galvalume steel plate roofing standing goby
  • Exterior

    Galvalume steel plate
  • General Contractors

    Omnibus Inc.
  • Use

    Residential
  • Area

    516.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2011

Text description provided by the architects. Ikimono Architects' clients, with three small boys, pursued a protected house with privacy in a large vacant lot downtown. Ikimono Architects suggested a one-story house with inner courtyards. The end result is a house with a variety of 17 rooms (11:outside,6:inside).

Courtesy of Takashi Fujino / Ikimono Architects
Courtesy of Takashi Fujino / Ikimono Architects

Here, the personal occupation place such as a bedroom and the nursery is not clear, the whole house is felt with one's appearance. Because there are some outside rooms, when light and a shadow change to solar movement every moment, the relationship between individuals changes again, too.

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Cite: "House of Seven Gardens / Ikimono Architects" 28 Jul 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/154123/house-of-seven-gardens-ikimono-architects/> ISSN 0719-8884
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Courtesy of Takashi Fujino / Ikimono Architects

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