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Hut / Takayuki Kuzushima and Associates

Hut / Takayuki Kuzushima and Associates

Hut / Takayuki Kuzushima and Associates - Exterior Photography, Facade, PatioHut / Takayuki Kuzushima and Associates - Interior Photography, Door, WindowsHut / Takayuki Kuzushima and Associates - Interior Photography, Shelving, Table, ChairHut / Takayuki Kuzushima and Associates - Interior Photography+ 26

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Hut / Takayuki Kuzushima and Associates - Exterior Photography
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Text description provided by the architects. This building is a hut-like house on the outskirts of Aichi Prefecture. The area around the building is a peaceful place with fields and bamboo forests. The planned site has two main houses, and a study hut and an agricultural equipment shed attached to them. Several decades ago, there was a livestock hut.

Hut / Takayuki Kuzushima and Associates - Interior Photography, Beam, Windows
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There, two or three generations live on a single site with multiple buildings. And they live in a way that keeps building renewed in line with their current life, as they thought of on the spot. A client working as an electrician requested a room such as a study room and dining kitchen, a storage space for materials, a refreshing space with colleagues at work, and a place where local people gather in the event of a disaster.

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Hut / Takayuki Kuzushima and Associates - Interior Photography, Shelving, Table, Chair
© Shinkenchiku-sya

This plan is like adding a life with a larger society to a main house that is used privately. There is a need for non-family members to gather comfortably and to have a larger scale of storage than residential furniture. So I planned a solarium next to the owner's room, as large as the budget allowed, using a combination of rough and simple materials.

Hut / Takayuki Kuzushima and Associates - Interior Photography, Table, Shelving, Chair, Beam
© Shinkenchiku-sya

Specifically, the structural frame is a pre-plated square pipe (□ -50 × 50 × 2.3) as an assembly pillar, and shelves can be added freely between the pillars. Since the pillar is a thin plate material that can be screwed, secondary members such as furring strips can be eliminated. The base material of the exterior material is a cedar roofing board that is screwed to the intermediate beam and used in the interior without painting. This building uses wire mesh instead of braces as a earthquake-resistant element. The opening for lighting is made clear by hooking polycarbonate onto this wire mesh without using a sash.

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The sunroom has a shutter at the entrance, and when it is opened, the room changes to semi-outdoor. I planned that the solarium don't have insulation. On the other hand, I planned the room to keep the air volume as small as possible , and to install insulation and air conditioning. I planned the building as large as possible instead of making the room controlled by the equipment smaller.

Hut / Takayuki Kuzushima and Associates - Interior Photography
Courtesy of Takayuki Kuzushima and Associates

I think that the life of a resident is not completed in one house (or one function-defined room), but rather it can become rich by enriching its surroundings. The building is like a hut below a house. However, I think that the life through the hut can create more expanse and richness than conventional houses.

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Cite: "Hut / Takayuki Kuzushima and Associates" 03 Mar 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/957926/hut-takayuki-kuzushima-and-associates> ISSN 0719-8884
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