yoneda architectural design has completed a house on a field nearby kameyama city, japan, built as a shed-like structure to fit with the surrounding farm equipment huts and dwellings. designed for a husband and wife who grew up in the area and have now created their own family, the two-story residence is characterized by an open-plan interior, whose different areas are defined by platforms at various height levels, connected via a wooden structure that extends up to the ceiling.all images by hiroshi tanigawa
situated on a field next to a forest and surrounded by large trees, the house incorporates two large doors one its front, which lead all the way back to the field on the other side, while its opposite elevation is characterized by several openings, including a long sliding door on ground level, and a series of windows on the upper floor. yoneda architectural design has created a three-dimensional wooden structure with platforms at various heights, which defines the interior, connects the family, and allows visibility throughout the entire space.
aluminum sash has been used in the openings, combined with the white corrugated exterior, while inside, the house is characterized by different types of wood on furniture, ceilings, and parts of the floor, and concrete. social areas have been placed on the ground floor, which is directly connected to the surrounding field via large sliding doors, while bedrooms for different family members occupy the upper levels as defined by the wooden structure.
name: house on field
architect: yoneda architectural design
location: kameyama city, mie prefecture, japan
structure: wooden, two stories
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