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Minimalist House by Shinichi Ogawa & Associates

At It man-shi, Okinawa in Japan, this building serves as a special court house for a made for each other couple.  Having been built on a 3M grid unit in all XYZ directions, this house has four vertical plates standing as the outer walls.  The roof slab of the house is made up of one horizontal plate.

An efficient and well-designed arrangement is drafted by inserting a void of 3M x 18M that serves as the courtyard of the house.  Wall-like furniture of dimensions 3.0M (3×1) height, 9.0M (3×3) width, and 18.0M (3×6) length are into the concrete structure space of this building.

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The house is partitioned into two areas by like-wall furniture that distinguishes the space arrangement.  Living room, dining room, and bed room constitutes the first area.  This interior space is linked with the exterior court in a linear layout.  Kitchen, powder room, and study room constitute the remaining space in the building.{ design by Shinichi Ogawa & Associates }.

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Posted in Interiors on August 11, 2010

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