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Funeral Hall Nagoya – design by kotaro horiuchi : Architecture Information
16 Feb 2010
Nagoya Funeral Hall
Design: kotaro horiuchi architecture sa
The funeral hall is set at Nagoya in Japan.
The site is located along the street with heavy traffic.
The building consists of two blocks which are inspired by head stones.
The facade is composed of heavy stones which have got a lots of holes.
Through the wall, lights of the myriad fill the entrance hall.
Moving of the shadow compose the space as time goes by.
This place will remind the memory of deceased.
Through the night, the hall put on delicate illumination and is filled with shadow and calmness.
Nagoya Funeral Hall – Building Information
Architect : kotaro horiuchi / kotaro horiuchi architecture
Program : funeral hall
Location : Nagoya, Japan
Plot area : 1200 m2
Built area : 600 m2
Floors : 2 floors
Design period : 08.2008 –
Structure : reinforced concrete
Exterior : aluminium
Interior : floor / resin epoxy
Wall / pierre composite
Ceiling / pierre composite
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