The Open Cabin / Royal House Co.

The Open Cabin / Royal House Co.

The Open Cabin / Royal House Co. - Interior Photography, Dining room, Table, Chair, BeamThe Open Cabin / Royal House Co. - Interior Photography, Kitchen, Wood, ChairThe Open Cabin / Royal House Co. - Interior Photography, Beam, ColumnThe Open Cabin / Royal House Co. - Exterior PhotographyThe Open Cabin / Royal House Co. - More Images+ 28

  • Architects: Royal House Co.
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  45
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2016
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  AutoDesk, NICHIHA, Koizumi, LIXIL , Tanita
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The Open Cabin / Royal House Co. - Exterior Photography
Courtesy of Royal House Co.

Text description provided by the architects. The house is small and open to the outside. We thought that there was a free and lively life by incorporating nature and the environment of the city into life. We have considered energy efficient homes that make good use of the environment, rather than energy consuming homes, by reducing the area of the home. How do you design between homes, how do you think about relationships with neighbors and society. As a solution, we proposed a large deck that connects the houses.

The Open Cabin / Royal House Co. - Interior Photography, Table, Chair, Beam
Courtesy of Royal House Co.
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The Open Cabin / Royal House Co. - Interior Photography, Kitchen, Windows
Courtesy of Royal House Co.

In addition, we considered contact points with the local community so that our daily lives become the core of the neighborhood and region while protecting privacy. Japan is an era of declining birthrate and aging population. When designing a house, there is a need for a house that can accommodate not only the child-rearing generation but also various households. And We need to think again about what life is.

The Open Cabin / Royal House Co. - Interior Photography, Wood
Courtesy of Royal House Co.

Live small and minimal. Use natural mechanisms well, using as little energy as possible. The time has come to review our lives. A house is a tool for realizing a living. We wanted to think about the future of living by thinking about a house and designed this house.

The Open Cabin / Royal House Co. - Interior Photography, Table, Chair, Patio, Windows, Deck, Garden, Courtyard
Courtesy of Royal House Co.

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