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Japanese architect Kazuhiko Kishimoto, of construction company acaa, designed the Wind-Dyed Home overlooking the ocean on a cliff in Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan. The development turns into nearly embedded inside the terrain because of the low-lying nature of the house, which moreover permits for the least amount of affect on the setting.
Every flooring consists of varied provides to allow the residents a singular view to the floor. Stone flooring and plaster-coated concrete partitions on the first flooring are juxtaposed with the graceful shadows created by the floor panorama via the paper screens. The open concept dwelling space of the second flooring is vastly completely totally different with its functionality to open up completely to the surface with sliding glass doorways. To maximise the ocean views, glass and slotted screens alongside the perimeter of the very best flooring of the house give a method of transparency.
Photographs by Hiroshi Ueda.