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Matsunami Mitsutomo Architect & Associates | Residence in Kamikawaraya

Architecture Matsunami Mitsutomo Architect & Associates | Residence in Kamikawaraya

Goodness of sunshiny and openhearted atmosphere-making.

It designed in daytime so that sunlight might enter the house all the year round even if the lighting was not used.

The light that entered from a big window of the second floor brightly shines on the door of the first floor through void.

Because time in madam’s house was long, kitchen was designed as a center of the house. The madam feels the atmosphere of the family in other rooms from kitchen.

The point of externals of this house is a terrace. The window of this terrace can open all aspects. If the window is opened, the terrace combines with the living room, and becomes a space in which the power of people gathers.

To live comfortably, a comfortable numerical value of the temperature and humidity was satisfied.

And, a bright residence where the family’s growth, family’s connection, and safety were felt was designed.

Location: Izumisano-County, Osaka-prefecture, Japan
Architect: Matsunami Mitsutomo Architect & Associates
Surface area: 250.69 sqm
Total floor area: 106.90 sqm
Completion date: March 2009
Photographer: Mitsutomo Matsunami

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