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  7. House in Miyake / Hidetaka Nakahara Architects + Yoshio Ohno Architects

House in Miyake / Hidetaka Nakahara Architects + Yoshio Ohno Architects

  • 01:00 - 11 September, 2014
House in Miyake / Hidetaka Nakahara Architects + Yoshio Ohno Architects
House in Miyake / Hidetaka Nakahara Architects + Yoshio Ohno Architects, © Kenji Masunaga
© Kenji Masunaga

© Kenji Masunaga © Kenji Masunaga © Kenji Masunaga © Kenji Masunaga + 16

© Kenji Masunaga
© Kenji Masunaga

Text description provided by the architects. This house has been built and as across the site, which is separated by a retaining wall of 4m height.

The site is divided,one of the grounds by the retaining wall caused by construction for the purpose of sale of land, it was the site each independent. We was thought to be used as a site of one again.

© Kenji Masunaga
© Kenji Masunaga

It was arranged so as to straddle the retaining wall of 4m height building.

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By doing so, we manner can ensure the flow line of the top and bottom of the retaining wall, is used as a place to live whole site.

To incorporate external actively, along with the outside air is, as a margin that connects external and internal, outdoor living high ceiling has given richness to life.

© Kenji Masunaga
© Kenji Masunaga

This house was connected the grounds that have been divided, I made the margins of life in situ.

I think has become a new relationship of life,site and building.

© Kenji Masunaga
© Kenji Masunaga

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Cite: "House in Miyake / Hidetaka Nakahara Architects + Yoshio Ohno Architects" 11 Sep 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/546208/house-in-miyake-hidetaka-nakahara-architects-yoshio-ohno-architects/> ISSN 0719-8884
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