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Sinato | House O

Architecture Sinato | House O

oht01A new house built on the misshapen site for a family of four. The site faces the urban scale such as parking area and public pool. So it was better to keep enough distance from them, but the house open to the outside was required.

Sinato | House O

Sinato | House OWe placed 3 rectangles along the site, 3 quadrangles between the rectangles and 1 triangle at the center on a plan.

3 rectangles are the mass for the rooms such as living room, kitchen, bedroom, etc.
3 quadrangles are the courtyards.

1 triangle is a hall which connects rooms and faces the courtyards with transparent glass.

Sinato | House O

Sinato | House O

Sinato | House OThough it is the center of this house, the hall is very bright. This house is close to the outside at the outskirts and open at the center, and besides, every room faces the courtyard and the room in other mass is always beyond the courtyard. We hope these conditions make a fresh experience of life in this house.

Location: Ise Mie, Japan
Architect: Chikara Ohno / sinato
Design office: sinato
Client: individual
Designing time: 1/2008 – 7/2008
Construction time: 8/2008 – 1/2009
Finishing time: 2/2009
Use: house
Total floor area: 146.56m2
1F floor area: 76.61m2
2F floor area: 69.95m2
Photographer: Hiroshi Ueda

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