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Fujiwarramuro architects | House in Muko

Architecture Fujiwarramuro architects | House in Muko

Fujiwarramuro architects | House in MukoA mezzanine-floored residence consisting of a single-roomed space, located on a fan-shaped site. The movements of the sun can be felt inside the house all throughout the year. Light coming from the east strikes the louvered boards before entering the house and reaching deep into its interior.

Fujiwarramuro architects | House in Muko

© Toshiyuki Yano

Fujiwarramuro architects | House in Muko

© Toshiyuki Yano

Direct sunlight from the south traces a shower-like path of lines as it penetrates into the building. Light coming from the west reflects off the walls of this house with an open stairwell before entering it.

Fujiwarramuro architects | House in Muko

© Toshiyuki Yano

Fujiwarramuro architects | House in Muko

© Toshiyuki Yano

Location: Muko, Kyoto, Japan
Architect: Fujiwarramuro architects
Principle use: single family house
Site area: 295.67 m2
Building area: 56.36 m2
Total floor area: 100.19 m2
Project architect: Shintaro Fujiwara, Yoshio Muro
Structure: timber
Photographer: Toshiyuki Yano

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