Weekend house in Kumano-cho, Japan by Araki+Sasaki architects

a “new” Japanese house filled in natural light and wind

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位于日本广岛的熊野町以制作日本传统毛笔而闻名。本项目是为一对老年夫妻所建造的周末度假屋。由于住宅四周紧挨着邻居,私密性是首要考虑的。尽管日本住宅多数朝南,在南面开启大面积的窗户的做法在这个项目难以实现。

Kumano-cho is the traditional brush production region in Hiroshima, Japan. “Weekend house in Kumano-cho” is the privacy-conscious weekend house for the old family. Therefore, it does not have large southern windows near the neighboring house, while Japanese houses are usually open to the south side.

▼建筑颇有传统日式住宅的风度,the building embodied the traditional Japanese style

建筑师创造性的使用了“石板环廊”及“对角线通廊”的设计,从而加强了室内空间与庭院相联系,以营造开放的氛围。四条对角线贯穿于房屋平面,并在相应的区域设有门洞或是窗户相通。受到日本的传统建筑的启发,度假屋的设计中充分考虑了人性尺度,以营造宜人的空间。

Instead of southern windows, “Ring of stone floor” and “Diagonal pass” make the interior space and the exterior garden come together to active the open atmosphere. Four “Diagonal pass” which are lined on the corners of rooms come through “Ring of stone floor” made of traditional materials for brushes and calligraphy. These human scale design approaches are developed from the idea of Japanese traditional houses.

▼平面图,plan

▼石板砌成的环廊让室内充满自然光,the stone ring introducing natural light

▼对角线通廊引入自然通风,the diagonal pass lending natural ventilation in the house

▼起居空间,the living area

▼和室,Washitsu

▼角窗引入庭院景观,the corner window with view of outdoor landscape

▼对角线通廊让室内变得凉爽宜人,the diagonal pass lending wind into the room

location: Hiroshima, Japan
project year: 2017
program: House
site area: 1215.26 m2
building area: 99.65 m2
total floor area: 87.78 m2
architect: Araki+Sasaki architects
structure: Akira Suzuki / ASA
photograhs: Shinkenchiku-sha

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