One level home with a courtyard located at an oblique angle of the exterior walls.
The proposal made by the Study Takuro Yamamoto is a one-story house on ground floor with a patio located at an angle to the exterior walls as a solution to the requirements of the client’s family, taking advantage of the irregularity of the ground they had gained.
This simple pose was also successful because it gave the house a unique feature, along with a sense of openness through the courtyard providing views to the sky.
This project started when the client’s family had a unique vision of what could be a home bought a property with dimensions and shape particulres, very long and also impossible to split in two.
The sight of them required only three requirements for the project:
- The house should give the impression as if it were a single large space, in which the family could You scatter and feel that they were a united family.
- Do not design gardens with plants and soil, would not have routine maintenance.
- Finally wanted all the rooms are resolved in a single plant.
We found a solution to a very economical cost for the building.
It included a covered porch or access with wooden floor and also used the front part of the space for a car seating plans.
Courtyard was inserted obliquely from the rest of the house or the perimeter walls to take advantage of the lighting and ventilation provided by this “hole” to heaven. Also, if space is projected orthogonally, the dimensions of the lot the house is produced it divided into two sectors, which was the opposite result to what was intended to unify and unite. The environments are provided to the interior courtyard that has a wooden floor. Openings up the yard and home environments can be viewed from the patio almost completely.