这是 Tezuka Architects 完成的一个住宅的建筑设计，位于日本。建筑有着传统的日本建筑景观风格：极其简单的坡屋顶，以及屋檐下的内外部空间之间的中间空间。建筑设计的每一个细节都是为了这个檐下空间，这也是日本传统建筑的真正的本质。
A house with an extremely simple pitched roof. Only 40 percent of the space under the roof is enclosed as the internal space. The vastly cantilevered roof edge provides exclusive column-less space extending out to the very Japanese landscape.
The main theme of the house is the space under the eave. The existence of the internal space relies very much onto the intermediate space. The every detail of this house is designed to achieve the column-less eave space. The folded shape of pitched roof helps the very thin cantilevering roof to stretch almost 6 meter.
The roof is just strong enough but it droops about 5 centimeters under snow pressure. The upper railing of the sliding door hangs directly from the roof. The full-height sliding doors allow internal space to be converted into 100 percent external space.
We believe the true nature of the Japanese architecture lies in the intermediate space between outside and inside. The internal space exists, because the intermediate space exists. The client requested a simple house responding to the Japanese landscape. This is the attempt to amplify the Japanese-ness to the limit as the latest technology allows.
|面积||site 1,059.18 m2 / building 208.56 m2 / total floor 107.50 m2|
|摄影||Katsuhisa Kida /FOTOTECA|