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Hideout Gallery / Hearth Architects

Hideout Gallery / Hearth Architects

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© Yuta Yamada
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Text description provided by the architects. This property is for gallery and the headquarter of apparel. It's located at the food of Mt. Hachiman in Omihachiman, Shiga. And it is a good location because of the landing place for "Suigo-Meguri". The client hope the building is able to blend into the nature in the such a nice area keeping a low profile.

© Yuta Yamada
© Yuta Yamada
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© Yuta Yamada

That's why, I arranged the design by only roof, and I veil the property with trees and stones. I tried to take off the existence of the building. I made a big hole in the roof and planted a big tree for place of recreation and relaxation under sunshine filtering through foliage.

© Yuta Yamada
© Yuta Yamada

So that, the property is able to blend into the row of cherry trees surrounding the landing place and Mt. Hachiman although the building stands with commanding atmosphere. I hope the building is going to become a symbol of the town and be familiar to people blending into the nature.

© Yuta Yamada
© Yuta Yamada

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Address:Shiga prefecture, Japan

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Cite: "Hideout Gallery / Hearth Architects" 06 May 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/938807/hideout-gallery-hearth-architects> ISSN 0719-8884
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