* Residential Architecture: K House by D.I.G Architects and Nawakenji-m
Posted by the editors on Tuesday, 28 August 2012
Residential Architecture: K House by D.I.G Architects and Nawakenji-m: “..This small faceted house by Japanese studios D.I.G Architects and Nawakenji-m is embedded in a steep slope overlooking the city of Nagoya, Japan..The architects excavated into the hill to level the site and created a large living room on the sunken floor..The front door leads onto an upper deck suspended across the breadth of the house, where metal stairs lead down to the level below..There are no windows on the street-facing elevations, but a glazed wall spans the back of the house and slides open onto a terrace with more faceted walls..” Interesting faceted form and interior volume; extensive glazing, natural light, views; terraces; privacy; open-plan interior; interesting details..(article includes a slideshow)..
See our post on an office by Nawakenji-m: Architecture: Sugoroku Office by Daiken-met Architects / Nawakenji-m.
image: Tomohiro Sakashita; article: Dezeen
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