H villa by A-asterisk
H villa by A-asterisk
feb 02, 2010

H villa by A-asterisk

H villa by A-asteriskall images courtesy of A-asterisk




‘H villa’ is a concept proposal by japanese firm A-asterisk. situated in hangzhou, china the residence spans 7.5 square kilometers. consisting an entrance hall, guest room, dining, living room, tea room, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom, each space is connected through glass covered pathways.

H villa by A-asterisk

H villa by A-asterisk

H villa by A-asterisk

H villa by A-asterisk

H villa by A-asterisk

H villa by A-asterisk

H villa by A-asterisk

H villa by A-asterisk



project info:


project name: H villa location: hangzhou, china use: villa floor area: 7.5sqkm state: concept design design firm: A-asterisk main architect: nakamura nobuhiro

  • I’m sorry to say but this feels like a very bad version os Sejima’s work.

    Gaël says:
  • this has already been done in the ’70-’80’s in Amsterdam, South-East; dramatic failure!!

    Sergio says:
  • nice !!

    tiger says:
  • Nonsense.

    Ali says:
  • ???? i did the same in my 2nd year of archi school….

    totoro says:
  • this is but ugly

    sup says:
  • compulsive decadence for no other purpose

    kej says:
  • looks like my council flats but spread out? Like the idea o neighbours if they get on visiting or space for privacy.

    sonico says:
  • cdnt help but laugh my head off! ridiculous idea dont call it design!

    fasiha says:
  • I disagree with the majority of you guys. I think its great use of space. At least when you walk from one room to another, you have views of your surroundings.

    Anthony R says:

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