Y-HOUSE, Japan / by TOFU

Y-HOUSE, Japan / by TOFU

Sited at a 253.24 sqm area in Obama, Fukui, Japan, Y-HOUSE was completed in 2010, covering a 80.46 sqm of floor area. Designed by TOFU for a young couple, this small house has a vacant lot around the site. So, by creating a large window on the second floor, it is possible to see paddy fields, mountains, sky and feel to spread over a floor area. This plan has high ceilings and large living with cross sections of two small rooms. By the relationship between great room and small room, the architects created many different places in the small house. The house is wrapped with galvalume, the black masses standing quietly in vacant lot are familiar with the countryside.

Y-HOUSE, Japan / by TOFU
© Dan Imai

Y-HOUSE, Japan / by TOFU
© Dan Imai

Y-HOUSE

Architects: TOFU
Location: Obama, Fukui, Japan
Project Architect: Fumiya Ogawa+Tomonobu Higashino
Site Area: 253.24 sqm
Project Area: 80.46 sqm
Project Year: 2010
Photographs: Dan Imai

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