Surrounded by chestnut trees and kiwi shelves, the aim was to create an experience of visiting these trees indoors. In the living room, with a ceiling height of 7,960mm, several small boxes made of larch plywood, each with its own function as a parent's work space and a child's play space, are scattered around the space, and openings are placed so that they can be seen and hidden from each other. The size of the boxes is derived from the chestnut trees scattered in the field across from the house, which are 3m square, creating an experience of going through the gaps between the trees in the room.
  • Tokyo
Jutakutokushu September 2015 issue
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