For our first new construction project, we designed the unbalanced appearance like building blocks by cutting out a garage and balcony facing the road, unifying the internal plan and exterior representation. We aimed to plan every floor flexibly with variable partitions, solving the inevitable issue with wooden frame three-story houses that the plan is divided into fractions. We framed the second floor for the special quality of the living room visible from outside, which can also work as eaves to keep out the rain from a path to the entrance and to protect a bicycle shed and outer walls from dirt. We planned large green space where the family and mom friends can gather. The open space, which accompanies the entrance doma and green space connects directly with a drawing room, is achieved thanks to the unique wooden frame.




Stairs directly connected to the interior are separated by curtains in order to make the interior space more efficient and reduce the air conditioning load. Open when the weather is nice The blow through will secure the role as a ventilation tower. Designed to segment functions in the longitudinal direction of the living room, including the roof balcony.




The west façade of Yajirobe structure. The recess in the middle layer is the roof balcony, and the LDK of the south face is connected to the back. On the south side of the site, a planting wall that doubles as a weir is provided at the entrance approach. A planter of 200 mm in width and 700 mm in depth made of ipe wood was provided for 6 m, and it was configured to reach the entrance through the green soaring approach garden. To celebrate the completion of the construction, the whole family planted the trees sent from the client's family home to run a planting business and the trees purchased at the home improvement center in commemoration of the new construction.


Crient Personal owner
Location Motonakayama,Funabashi-shi,Chiba
Building use House
Structure Three-story wooden
Site area 74.96㎡
Building area 45.81㎡
Total floor area 129.94㎡