Rooftecture HH by Endo Shuhei Architect Institute
by Ted Savage / August 30, 2011
Via @designboom, a low-lying home in Shiso-city, Japan, consists of "four box forms of different sizes arranged on the southern tip of the triangular site."


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As requested by the client, the interior "interacts with the light and wind of the site." The roof is made of translucent glass fiber-reinforced panels. The floorplan is organized around a "generous piano room which also serves as a loose zone for the residence's circulation." More at Endo Shuhei Architect Institute. Photo: Yoshiharu Matsumura.

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