House in Nishikamino

It stands on a small hill in a rural area between mountains. The exterior walls are covered with burnt cedar and the roof is 7" high. In the interior, a variety of places to live are created by manipulating the center of gravity and scale, such as creating a vaulted space that makes the most of its height, a windowsill around a fireplace, and a place to sit at different floor levels.
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Jutakutokushu March 2014 issue
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