The house has multiple visual and physical connections between the environment and the architecture: the basement made of RC and the wooden structure covering the upper part of the basement are connected by steel ribs placed at the first floor level, creating a floating form. Structural plywood with high in-plane rigidity is used for the roof surface, and pillars are placed on all four walls where there are no openings, and the space between the pillars is made pillarless by using load-bearing walls (structural plywood + bracing). By opening regularly, the inside and outside are connected flatly.
  • Hiroshima
Jutakutokushu December 2012 issue
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