일본 건축가 타쿠 사카우쉬가 디자인한 카구라자카 하우스는 도쿄에 위치한 미니멀 하우스 입니다. 법규에 정해진 가이드라인을 따라 반지하층을 포함한 3층 규모로 완성되었습니다. 각 층 면적은 30m2 입니다. 작은 공간구성을 위해 건축가는 연속적인 공간을 설계했습니다. 이를 위해 수직 및 수평동선은 정주공간과 휴식공간은 막힘없이 연결합니다.
Kagurazaka House is a minimalist residence located in Tokyo, Japan, designed by Taku Sakaushi. Considering the legal restraints of the site, the composition of the building that can be built here is a house with three floors, including half basement, each of which is about 30m². What the designer thought about next was the “flow”planning for this 3-storied house. Stairway is inevitably pushed to the corner in a small house. However, “flow” is an important component of architecture and the movement (flow) of residents is a significant element that constitute this house. The designer wanted to create a chain of spaces where flow from moving around and the stagnation from resting or lying down coexist.
Photography by Rino Kawasaki