Thursday, December 9, 2010

Yoshichika Takagi + Sekkei-Sha - House K

Often, the facade of a house and its interior can be so disparate that they may as well have been designed by separate architects. House K, on the other hand, is not only compelling both inside and out, but its exterior and interior spaces are a brilliant solution to an interesting request. Designed by Japanese architects Yoshichika Takagi + Sekkei-Sha, the floor plan of House K came from a request by the client for an outdoor-like environment without sacrificing habitability and comfort. Additionally, the clients enjoyed being surrounded by other homes, and particularly the look and feel of a village. The solution to this can be seen below, an amazing floor plan consisting of 6 house-shaped rooms, whose interior roofs can be used as additional space to climb and sit on. I can only imagine how much fun it would be to live in a house like this.

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