Posted: 27 May 2013 05:06 AM PDT
Japan-based UID Architects has designed the Machi House- a two-storey family house in Fukuyama which nestled among the high-rise building in the neighborhood.
Previously a long traditional townhouse with a courtyard, the architects believed that the new family house with a new indoor garden will bring a connection between past & present. The indoor garden also function as a lightwell bringing in skylight to the interior space where sun light has been largely block by the high-rise building from the main facade.
Machi House is indeed a simple yet elegance house with good interpretation by UID architects. Minimal form and clean-lines but fully used of natural resources such as skylight & cross ventilation in its designs.
+ UID Architects | Dezeen
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