FABRIC HOUSE

EVERYDAY BEAUTY

A renovation project of a 15-year-old tower apartment on the 39th floor in the waterfront area of Tokyo. The residents are a mother and her college-aged daughter, seeking a space for reading and leisurely activities and daily-lives. Drawing inspiration from Vermeer and his use of light to capture everyday beauty, we have chosen to construct the room with generous and soft curves, reminiscent of fabric.Taking advantage of the existing layout with the bathroom located on the terrace side, we have created a sense of depth without the need for partitions between rooms. This design ensures a balanced distance between the mother and daughter, neither too distant nor too close.The walls, both horizontally and vertically curved, will reflect the changing light throughout the day, creating a living space filled with light that beautifully enhances daily life.

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日常の美しさ
 








Year | 2024
Type | Private
Program | Residence
Size | 80 m2
Status | on going
Location | Tokyo, Japan
Collaborator | –
Design| Haruki NAKAYAMA, Yosuke TSUKAMOTO

ARCHITECTURE

B-CLINICAL CENTRE

ARCHITECTURE

T-MUSEUM

ARCHITECTURE

T-LIBRARY COMPLEX

ARCHITECTURE

C-MUSEUM

ARCHITECTURE

MISUMI ANNEX

ARCHITECTURE

TREE STUDIO

ARCHITECTURE

WOVEN WOOD

INTERIOR

FABRIC HOUSE

INTERIOR

TRANSITION HOUSE

INTERIOR

MAISON DU VAL

INTERIOR

BRICOLAGE