House In Miyayamadai



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    facade from pedestrian bridge 从人行天桥看
非常感谢设计方Shogo Aratani Architect & Associates将项目介绍和项目图片授权gooood发行。
Appreciation towards Shogo Aratani Architect & Associates for providing the following description:



    facade from park side 从公园看
Located in southern Osaka, the site for this house is located on the intact slope of an old hillock,
facing a prefectural road built some 40 years ago that cuts through it.
The site, which features a sloping embankment to the south, commands a clear, unbroken view of
a row of cherry trees on the other side of the road. It also boasts a superb view of a beautiful
plum grove located just above these cherry trees. We embarked on the design for this house in
an attempt to take full advantage of this picturesque view. 
   facade on approach side 外立面
The building consists of a two-layered structure leading from the road to the north, where the
approach to the house is located. Upon entering, the house takes on a triple-layered structure
and layout, inclusive of a basement level located on the south-facing side next to the slope. This
basement houses a bedroom, while the entrance hall, bathroom and Japanese-style guest room
are located on the first storey. The living room, which is the centerpiece of the house, is located
on the second floor along with the children’s room. Because this was a small house, the focus of
the design was on how we could ensure a continuous flow and sense of connection across these
three layers.
The basic structure of the house was built out of reinforced concrete. The only portion of the
building that featured wooden construction was the roof, which spanned a length of 5.3m. In light
of this, we decided to adopt a box-beam structure that was constructed out of right-angled
section components with a small diameter and plywood boards, rather than wide sectional beams.
    void with light 天光
In addition, slit-shaped skylights were installed in between the box beams in the ceiling, allowing
even, uniform light to illuminate the long expanse of the house that stretches from north to south.
The crevasse-shaped voids that connect the three levels of the house to each other, along with
the staircase that runs parallel to them, create a sense of flow and continuity across the entire
space, in addition to dispersing sunlight that enters from the overhead skylights all throughout
the house until the basement level.
   view from inside to park 看公园
House in Miyayamadai —– data
location : Osaka,Japan
use : house
client : couple+1child
architect : Shogo ARATANI Architect & Associates
consultant : S3 Associates Inc.
general contractor : Soken Co.Ltd.
structural system : reinforced concrete
site area : 159.84 m2
building area : 55.26 m2
total floor area : 116.69 m2
photo : Kaori Ichikawa
    view from 2nd floor to lower floor 从顶楼看地面层
   hall on 1st floor 地面层大厅
   view from terrace to dining kitchen 从阳台看厨房

    view from terrace to dining kitchen 从阳台看厨房
        view from dining kitchen to outside 从厨房看餐厅
        view from room to outside 从卧室朝外看
       stairs with basement floor 地下室楼梯口



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