Casa Yamanone no ie / FUDO

Casa Yamanone no ie / FUDO - Interior photography, Kitchen, Windows, Fixing Beams, Chairs, TerraceCasa Yamanone no ie / FUDO - Exterior photography, Beam FixingCasa Yamanone no ie / FUDO - Interior photography, Windows, Shelves, Fixing Beams, TerraceCasa Yamanone no ie / FUDO - More Images+ 23


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  • Area Architecture project area Area:
    106 m²

  • Year Year of the architecture project

    Year:

    2021


  • Photographers

  • Suppliers Brands and products used in this architecture project

    Suppliers: WoodArch, KYOEI LUMBER, Koizumi, NIPPON STEEL, sanwa, Square Furniture, Yamatoya, daiwajuko

Casa Yamanone no ie / FUDO - Exterior photography, Windows
© Yohei Sasakura

Description submitted by the project team. The home is located at the bottom of a mountain. The site has a narrow front and a wide back (trapezoid shape). To design a house in such a unique location, we carefully studied nature and the environment. Then, we chose a shape as if it had been carved into the ground. The house is designed to embrace the surrounding mountains, providing passages for air, light and water.

Casa Yamanone no ie / FUDO - Interior photography, Windows, Tables, Chairs, Facade, Beam Fixing
© Yohei Sasakura
Casa Yamanone no ie / FUDO - Image 26 of 28
Location plan
Casa Yamanone no ie / FUDO - Interior photography, Kitchen, Windows, Fixing Beams, Chairs, Terrace
© Yohei Sasakura

When you enter the house, a large space opens up that overlooks the stairs, the atrium and the study. Wall storage that effectively reuses surplus wood is located along the side. The house is connected as a single space, each place is dotted with several spaces. Also, there are no hallways.

Casa Yamanone no ie / FUDO - Interior photography, Windows, Shelves, Fixing Beams, Terrace
© Yohei Sasakura
Casa Yamanone no ie / FUDO - Image 27 of 28
Floor – Second level
Casa Yamanone no ie / FUDO - Interior photography, Tables, Windows, Chairs, Beam Fixing
© Yohei Sasakura

The ground floor opens onto the patio which receives lots of natural light and maintains privacy at the same time. On the other hand, the first floor has several common spaces and windows from which visitors can enjoy a unique view of the mountains. Outdoor pilotis, patios and balconies are treated in the same way as a room. The interior sloping roof incorporates the presence of rain in the space.

Casa Yamanone no ie / FUDO - Interior photography, Bedroom, Windows
© Yohei Sasakura
Casa Yamanone no ie / FUDO - Image 28 of 28
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By intertwining the exterior and interior without distinction, the boundary becomes ambiguous, so that you can feel a rich space with many places. He lives with Yato, open to the mountains, and listens to the sounds of the mountains. That is living in harmony with nature. No matter how strong an artificial object is, it cannot resist the forces of nature. This is a house that harmonizes with nature and coexists with it. *Yato: a beautiful valley.

Casa Yamanone no ie / FUDO - Exterior photography, Forest
© Yohei Sasakura
 
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