Fukasawa House by MDS
by Ted Savage / March 27, 2013
Exploring the structural requirements of timber under Japan's earthquake-resistant building code, Fukasawa House by MDS, in the Tokyo suburb of Setagaya-Ku, creates open and continuous space with staggered floor levels, slanted roofs and V-shaped columns.


Outside, the asymetrical gabled profile achieves maximum allowable height with a presence that does not overwhelm. Via ArchDaily. Photos: Kiyotoshi Mori & Natsuko Kawamura.


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