House in Odaka

House in Odaka

Architect
SUPPOSE DESIGN OFFICE Co.,Ltd.
Location
Nagoya, Aichi, Japan | View Map
Project Year
2020
Category
Private Houses
toha

House in Odaka

SUPPOSE DESIGN OFFICE Co.,Ltd. as Architects

A wealthy living environment created by the difference in elevation and segmentation

Along a 3-meter height difference

with different floor heights and air areas

8 huts with different floor heights and air areas

photo_credit toha
toha

The site is located at the southern end of Nagoya City, in an area that used to be farmland but has been developed into a large-scale residential area, and it stands at the top of a hill dotted with residential areas, fields, wooded areas, and bamboo groves. We thought it would be best to create a simple and modest structure, like a hut that blends in with the landscape like a storehouse for farm equipment in a Japanese rice field.

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toha

The exterior walls and roof are made of the same material of corrugated galvalume sheets to give a light impression and to create an immediate architectural appearance like a warehouse.

photo_credit toha
toha

In the future, buildings will be constructed in the surrounding thickets and fields, vacant lots will become thickets, and the surrounding environment will change, but because the house is modest, it will remain there forever, coexisting with the atmosphere. I hope that it will become a universal house that evokes everyone's mental image and blends into the landscape.

 

Material Used:
1. Facade cladding: Galvalume steel plate
2. Flooring: Wooden oak flooring,IOC
3. Doors: Wooden Lauan Original production
4. Windows: Wooden Original production 
5. Roofing: Galvalume steel plate
6. Interior lighting: steel, Original production

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Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrand
Facade and RoofingGalvalume
Product Spec Sheet
Facade and Roofing
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