일본 전원주택의 단정함은 단순한 건축어휘와 외부환경의 관계속에서 생성된다. 오픈플랜으로 연속된 내부환경, 일자형 배치와 박공지붕은 기존 전원주택의 풍모를 연속시키는 동시에 현재의 거주생활을 지원한다. 단순함을 통해 구현된 유연한 건축환경이 더 많은 공간을 이야기 한다.
located in the outskirts of atsugi city and away from the hectic cosmopolitan landscape, kikkawa architects have re-built a contemporary farmhouse in the countryside. the client’s family has established an agricultural business for many years and the aim was to build a residence that would relate to the past and the present.
the house in atsugi displays a simple and archetypal shape derived from the memory of the old thatched farm building the owners lived in when they were young. inside, the open-plan room with a ceiling height of 4.8 meters is designed as an extension to the landscape. this is emphasized by the 12.6 meter windows seen on both sides of the dwelling. wood is the primary material used to give the interiors the welcoming and comfortable atmosphere. additionally, a feature of the interior design is the fact that the rooms can be freely divided due to the sliding doors – giving the owners freedom of choosing how open or confined they want to be.
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