Roji House by airscape architects studio
by Ted Savage / June 27, 2013
A home conformed to a narrow, L-shaped lot in a residential area of Tokyo, Roji House by airscape architects studio unifies the interior with a long, light-filled corridor off of which open rooms, patios, and stairs, referencing the traditional roji, the carefully constructed gardenway leading to a Japanese tea ceremony space.


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Via ArchDaily. Photos by Toshiyuki Yano.

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