Hideyuki Nakayama, Kenji Nawa, Architecture, Building, Design, Project, Office
Hideyuki Nakayama, Kenji Nawa, Japan
Contemporary Japanese Architect Practice: Design Studio Information
page updated 16 Aug 2016
Hideyuki Nakayama – Key Projects
Featured Building by Nakayama Nawa:
O House, Kyoto, Japan
Date built: 2009
Area: 59.71 sqm
According to the architecture studio there was no intention to bring the exterior into the interior. However, there was a desire to provide a depth to the extent of life produced within the cityscape, site ground and the house. The architect imagined that the residents of the house would transform the property into a living space or a cityscape, through the daily lives of the family of four fully.
The inside is a curved Horizon-like space, where the portion of the staircase, the thin steel-frame floor, and the equally lined fittings are scattered around without displaying a sense of distance to each other. The relationship among those elements can be visible only after the residents reside and move around, along with the furniture placed at certain locations and drops shadow of each. The gable side of the house shows the doll-house conditions, open and visible from the adjacent street.
House, Matsumoto, Nagano, Japan
Date built: 2007
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