H-Orange by Takuro Yamamoto Architects
by Ted Savage / August 8, 2013
Capturing big sky and a wall of trees in the dense center of Tokyo, H-Orange by Takuro Yamamoto Architects capitalizes on its unusual location next to a field and woods, with expansive windows and a spacious open terrace fronted by a 12-meter Tilt Beam that reflects sunlight inward and limits the view to leaves and sky, while preventing people from falling off.


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Via ArchDaily.

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