tadashi nishimura architects: house in gifu tadashi nishimura architects: house in gifu
apr 27, 2013

tadashi nishimura architects: house in gifu

‘house in gifu’ by tadashi nishimura architectsimage © tadashi nishimura



japanese tadashi nishimura architects have completed a two-story residence in gifu. despite having a minimal plan, the dwelling focuses on ensuring a sense of privacy by creating an spacious living room – drawing aesthetic reference from restricted peculiar urban life conditions in japan along main roads. the simple and ample-sized exterior fabric utilizes metallic coatings, contrasting the children’s play area on the ground level with a complementing eight meter wooden cantilever. the arrangement on the second floor removes all doorsfrom the living room, kitchen, and bedroom – as a sliding door is implemented to partition the entire space.



living room from the balconyimage © tadashi nishimura



living room to the balconyimage © tadashi nishimura



bedroomimage © tadashi nishimura



image © tadashi nishimura



living room night viewimage © tadashi nishimura



extetriorimage © tadashi nishimura



extetrior balcony night viewimage © tadashi nishimura




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