Air Flow House by UID Architects
by Ted Savage / October 24, 2012
A family home that blends with the country side and embraces a sweeping view of an inland sea in Hiroshima, Japan, Air Flow House by UID Architects liberally employs Japanese cedar and cherry wood throughout, wrapped in double-glazed glass for panoramic seaside sightlines.


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The Galvalume gabled roof extends the simple durability theme established by the wood. Via ArchDaily.

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