House in Sakura

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House in Sakura By Naoyuki Tokuda / tokudaction as Architects

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This project consisted in the renovationof an old Japanese house in Sakura city, Chiba prefecture, Japan. The very low genkan (entrance porch) leads into a double-height living room flanked by wide engawa (side porches) protected by wide glazed openings. With celling heights that range from 1.8m to 5m, we wanted to create a variety of interior scales, and a place beyond the framework of the ‘housing’ architectural genre.

One of the main concerns was to ensure that,while every room is distinct, the spatial experience is that of a continuous whole. This is mainly pursued through the careful use of materials,…


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Project details
Location ChibaChibaJapan
Program Type Private House
Year Build completed in the year 2018
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Architects Naoyuki Tokuda / tokudaction

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