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House Yoshimura / N. Yamada Architect & Associates

House Yoshimura / N. Yamada Architect & Associates

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Miyazaki, Japan
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House Yoshimura / N. Yamada Architect & Associates - Exterior Photography, Windows
© Nacasa & Partners / Nao Takahashi

Rebuilding from Single to two-family homes

A plan for a two-family house built in a residential area about 20 minutes by car from the center of Miyazaki City. The eldest son of an elderly couple who originally lived in this area will return to his parents' house and live with his family, and the plan has begun. Due to the high cost, it is compact, but we planned it with each characteristic place in mind.

House Yoshimura / N. Yamada Architect & Associates - Interior Photography, Kitchen, Windows, Beam
© Nacasa & Partners / Nao Takahashi
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House Yoshimura / N. Yamada Architect & Associates - Interior Photography, Table, Chair, Windows, Beam
© Nacasa & Partners / Nao Takahashi
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House Yoshimura / N. Yamada Architect & Associates - Interior Photography, Kitchen, Windows
© Nacasa & Partners / Nao Takahashi

Child household

Children's families own campers and have outdoor hobbies such as camping. As a whole, The family wanted a parking lot for 3 private cars + 1 visitor, so I decided to reconsider the placement plan in the local automobile society. Considering placing a small camper in the yard on the south side.

House Yoshimura / N. Yamada Architect & Associates - Interior Photography, Kitchen, Bathtub, Bathroom
© Nacasa & Partners / Nao Takahashi

I adopted the image that the car itself has the function of a fence. The interior consists of a living room that expresses the shape of the house as it is and a private room, and we are thinking of creating a flow line that eases the narrowness of the body. Rawan Veneer  and flexible board floors are used to incorporate the feel free  of the camp into the living room interior. Delicate details are used for the joints and material switching parts.

House Yoshimura / N. Yamada Architect & Associates - Interior Photography
© Nacasa & Partners / Nao Takahashi

Parent household

Toilet, washroom, bath  comfort is desired and can be accessed from a private room (bedroom 01). It has sufficient barrier-free functions for elderly housing, including future support. It expresses the same shape as a the shape of the child's house  , increases the space capacity to give room, and Some of Rawan Veneer materials  are incorporated into the parent's household. Although it is compact due to cost, it is a comfortable life due to the combination of the generous space capacity of the house and the characteristics of the materials. I thought that it would be a prototype of a rural single-family home in the future, including future proposals.

House Yoshimura / N. Yamada Architect & Associates - Exterior Photography, Windows, Facade
© Nacasa & Partners / Nao Takahashi

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Cite: "House Yoshimura / N. Yamada Architect & Associates" 16 Jun 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/963490/house-yoshimura-n-yamada-architect-and-associates> ISSN 0719-8884

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