terrace2567 residence by takeshi ishiodori architecture in japan terrace2567 residence by takeshi ishiodori architecture in japan
aug 26, 2015

terrace2567 residence by takeshi ishiodori architecture in japan


eastern façade terrace2567 residence by takeshi ishiodori architecture in japan

all images courtesy of takeshi ishiodori architecture

 

 

 

takeshi ishiodori architecture has completed ‘terrace 2567’, a simple one-story timber house in kagoshima, japan. located on a long, slender site the residence follows a similar orientation that moves from north to south. the parking area is arranged at the southern end of the structure, and moves linearly through a garden, entrance, living and dining spaces, master bedroom, and a back courtyard. a long hallway serves as the main storage area for ‘terrace 2567’, freeing valuable square-footage. 

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parking area and spatial separation for garden 


southern face and garden 

 

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façade detail


living room in background, looking south 


linear counter bar  

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living room 

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hallway with integrated storage facilities 

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entrance

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nighttime view 

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large glass windows and a covered patio break down interior and exterior boundaries 

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edited by: nick brink | designboom 

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