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En yu-An / Fumihiko Sano

  • 01:00 - 6 June, 2014
En yu-An / Fumihiko Sano
En yu-An / Fumihiko Sano, © Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc
© Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc

© Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc © Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc © Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc © Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc + 13

© Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc
© Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc

Text description provided by the architects. This is the salon and the showroom by Maruwakaya – the company which produces “monozukuri” (which means a craftsmanship or art of design and manufacturing) that links traditional crafts to Contemporary art.

© Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc
© Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc

The counter made from Japanese cedar is employed as the center of the room; also, we designed the room by applying only the lintels, the sills, and the pillars.

Floor Plan
Floor Plan

The heights of each lintel are properly changed, and the numbers of the pillars are limited. The arrangements of the lintels and the pillars are appropriately organized in the room.

© Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc
© Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc

These arrangements of the lintels and the pillars make visitors unconsciously sense the variation of the space.

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Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "En yu-An / Fumihiko Sano" 06 Jun 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/512716/en-yu-an-fumihiko-sano/> ISSN 0719-8884