House of Kodaira / KASA Architects

House of Kodaira / KASA Architects

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Kodaira, Japan
House of Kodaira / KASA Architects - Windows, Door, Facade
© Fumio Araki

Text description provided by the architects. Located in the suburbs housing development area of ​​Tokyo Kodaira, it is a renovation plan of wooden detached Built in '23.

House of Kodaira / KASA Architects - Windows, Facade
© Fumio Araki

Field is spread around, the city site in the air that was laid-back of flow pleasant living environment position, although the planned there is Nantei of each dwelling unit is a well-made town, each of the dwelling units of the form design It is followed by a similar a homogenous cityscape.

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First Floor Plan

Often seen a sale residential area of ​​3LDK, such as finely partitioned closed planar configuration. A configuration that is no longer cope in a couple of 50s is going to live from now on, we were asked to go to more open.

House of Kodaira / KASA Architects - Beam
© Fumio Araki

Existing housing, parking lot provided in the south, the planting has been placed against a building, it was a closed state with respect to off-site.

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Second Floor Plan

Therefore, by moving the entrance to the south, and to ensure a flow line from a broad south side of the space, and by an open space, and configured to lead the off-site within the building it is born.

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© Fumio Araki

The first floor, without losing the basic planar configuration, the entrance hall, which was born by moving the entrance is allowed to consciousness by changing the color of the finish as a partition of the space, even life scene whole while studio consciously It has a flat plan to separate.

House of Kodaira / KASA Architects - Beam
© Fumio Araki

The second floor is planned as a large studio together a plurality of small rooms, if necessary it is possible to partition in fittings have a floor plan that can be separated in a change to take life scenes.

House of Kodaira / KASA Architects - Windows
© Fumio Araki

Connect with outdoor space, it is possible to rethink the connection of the relationship of the indoor space, it's sure to be a comfortable residence in accordance with the future of the various life stages.

House of Kodaira / KASA Architects - Beam, Column
© Fumio Araki

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Cite: "House of Kodaira / KASA Architects" 28 Jul 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/770813/house-of-kodaira-kasa-architects> ISSN 0719-8884

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