Via @archdaily, a house located in Shiga Prefecture, Japan halfway up Mt. Hiei. “The client is an artist who needed an atelier and a house for his family with a space for his parents to live together in the near future.”
Facing a number of constraints including building restrictions and a small budget, a plan was created for “three similar, independent houses of cottage type ? one for atelier and the other two are for the client’s family and for his parents.” More at Tato Architects. Photos: Satoshi Shigeta.