* Residential Architecture: Hanaha House by mA-style architects
Posted by the editors on Saturday, 21 July 2012
Residential Architecture: Hanaha House by mA-style architects: “..The courtyard, known as hanaha, creates a space of spiral movement and familial interaction..The family can move spirally around the flowers and trees to observe and enjoy them from different perspectives..” Despite a truly minimal architect’s description, Hanaha House offers interesting interior volumes, interior courtyard, ample glazing, natural light, privacy, exposed timber rafters and interesting fenestration..
See our posts on three other homes by mA-style architects:
- Residential Architecture: Pelo House by mA-style architects
- Residential Architecture: Outotunoie House by mA-style architects
- Residential Architecture: Ant House by mA-style architects
image: © Kai Nakamura; article: ”Hanaha / mA-style architects” 20 Jul 2012. ArchDaily. <http://www.archdaily.com/255617>