House that Opens up to its Inside by Florian Busch Architects
by Harry / February 2, 2013
A case study for affordable small-size houses in densely built suburbs of Tokyo, House that Opens up to its Inside by Florian Busch Architects maximises its perimeter and opens up towards the inside.


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"Two U-shaped volumes are stacked on top of each other and joined to create fluid spaces of living around a central garden. Yet instead of closing off this inner garden, alternating the orientation of the volumes allows for air to flow through and naturally ventilate the building, drastically reducing cooling load during the area's notoriously hot summers." Via ArchDaily. Photos: courtesy of Florian Busch Architects.

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