* Residential Architecture: Ant House by mA-style architects
Posted by the editors on Wednesday, 13 June 2012
Residential Architecture: Ant House by mA-style architects: “..a metal-clad house with a smaller wooden house inside..The playhouse-like structure has a gabled rooftop that just skims the uppermost ceiling of the two-storey residence in Makinohara, which itself is a rectilinear box..Located at the centre of the house, the little structure contains living rooms on both levels, while bathrooms and a closet are also slotted inside it on the ground floor..Openings in the walls and ceiling provide windows to the rooms beyond, which include a kitchen and dining room below and bedrooms above..” Privacy, interior fenestration and lightwells, curious and imaginative embedding of a wooden almost iconic gable home inside a strict grey metallic warehouse-like box..
image + article: Dezeen
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