NU house, Hyogo, Japan

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NU house Hyogo, Kansai, Honshu – design by P_kan : Hiroshi Shoji Building Workshop

29 Mar 2010

[ NU ] house

Date: 2009

Location: Hyōgo Prefecture, Kansai region, Honshu island, Japan

Architect: P_kan : Hiroshi Shoji Building Workshop

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The Client’s request was for a small house, like an object.

And they wanted the design to use material as unprocessed as possible (wood, steel, concrete… ).

NU is part of Client’s name.

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NU house Japan : Building Information

Location: Hyogo, Japan
Client: Private
Project area: 72 sqm
Design year: 2006
Construction year: 2007-09

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NU house Hyogo images / information from P_kan : Hiroshi Shoji Building Workshop


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