Silver Hut House, Tokyo Contemporary Residence, Japan Building, Japanese Architecture, Architect

Silver Hut House, Tokyo

Japanese Residential Development – design by Toyo Ito, architect

19 Mar 2013

Silver Hut Residence

Design: Toyo Ito Architects

Silver Hut House - Tokyo Residence
photograph : Tomio Ohashi

Location: Nakano-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo contemporary residence

Silver Hut House in Japan
photo : Tomio Ohashi

Silver Hut House information / images from Pritzker Prize organisation

Toyo Ito architect – Japanese architectural office

Toyo Ito Architect was the Pritzker Prize winner for 2013. Most of his works are in Japan but he is well known – and celebrated – around the world.

Location: Nakano-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Dates built: October 1982 – July 1984
Building Structure: reinforced concrete, steel frame
Height: 2 stories
Site Area: 403.46sqm
Building Area: 119.99sqm
Total Floor Area: 138.81sqm


Location: Nakano-ku, Tokyo, Japan

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