▼住宅鸟瞰图，aerial view of the house
Located on a small peninsula, the project site faces directly the beautiful scenery of the Seto Inland Sea. The most interesting challenge for this project was to create a comfortable inside silence combined with a new openness atmosphere. In this plan I set two squares intersecting each other and thought about the good balanced interaction between the wall structure and the openings.
▼从后院看向住宅，view from backyard to the house
▼起居空间与卧室通过跃层结构相连，the living space is connected to the bedroom via a loft structure
▼起居空间，the living area
▼从起居空间看向卧室，view to the bedroom from living room
▼从卧室空间看向起居室，view to the living area from bedroom
The moving line inside the house becomes fluid thanks to the use of skipping floors and short stairs that connect the living area with the sleeping rooms. The use of a polish concrete finish for the living room and the kitchen floor became important in order to give an additional value to the external light. The first floor is slightly buried and its ceiling was set lower rather than the living room in order to achieve a more private and cozy feeling.
▼抛光混凝土饰面通过反射作用给房间内带来了更加充足的光线，a polish concrete finish became important in order to give an additional value to the external light
▼拥有绝佳视野的卧室空间，bedroom space with excellent views
Here resides a very special concrete spiral staircase. The thickness of the supporting slab becomes invisible to its outer and inner end and it was designed in order to avoid any necessity of a central pillar. In this way from its central axe only a perfect straight line appears.
▼螺旋楼梯连通住宅的两层空间，the spiral staircase connects the two floors of the house
▼楼梯支撑板的视觉厚度几乎可以忽略不计，the thickness of the supporting slab becomes invisible to its outer and inner end
▼楼梯细部，details of the staircase
▼房屋的中轴变为一条直线，the central axis of the house becomes a straight line
▼一层平面，the first floor plan
Architects: Kazunori Fujimoto Architect & Associates, Kazunori Fujimoto, principal-in-charge; François Nahory
Location: Higashi hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan
Project Planning: 2015
Construction term: 2016
Site area: 316.95 mq
Building area: 81.81 mq
Total floor area: 92.69 mq
Structural engineer: Nishi Structural Consultants
Construction Team: Nakahara Kensetsu Co.,Ltd.
Photography: Kazunori Fujimoto