‘rooftecture s’ is a house project by japanese architect shuhei endo. the dwelling is located in shioya tarumi-ku kobe, hyogo-prefecture, japan. perched on a stepped slope, the structure covers 65.7 sq. m. inside, a couple lives on two floors that are spaced slightly in front of the stone retaining wall, sheltering their home. the front façade and roof are merged together with a sheet of metal that is folded over and tilted on an angle. while the home tries to overcome the constraints of the slope, it is definitely spatially defined by its relationship to it.



‘bubbletecture h’ by shuhei endo ‘slowtecture m’ by shuhei endo

endo shuhei: rooftecture s

endo shuhei: rooftecture s

via arch daily