Thursday, 12 January 2012

Skim Milk House in Abiko by fuse-atelier

Fuse-atelier new project House in Abiko located in Abiko, Japan. The 80 square-meter residence is a concrete building, requested made by the clients themselves. The building sits on a soft foundation that required the use of stakes to support the concrete structure.

There is a large, square opening on the upper floor, which houses the living and dining rooms. The angles and composition of the architecture seemingly creates both a disconnect and continuation within the space.

Front View

Side View

Back View

The interior is even more crazy, I personaly think it looks and feels very cold, not some where I would like to live.
To me it looks more like an open space gallery where you would hold exhibitions


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