House of Silence by FORM / Kouichi Kimura Architects
Architects: FORM / Kouichi Kimura Architects
Location: Shiga, Japan
Area: 321 sqm
Photo courtesy: Takumi Ota and Kei Nakajima
The customer needed to have a house which is not impacted by nature of its area. This structural engineering, which is made out of a solid volume, has not got numerous windows and is shut by dividers, however must mixed bag of space inside that you will never envision from outside.
The harsh solid completion, glossy tiles and an opening like a spire will give you a variety’s insight of spaces inside.The inside spaces are partitioned by the roof stature, the diverse levels of floor and sort of lights, and are then joined by the circled line of stream.
The internal court is cut off from the outside environment and demonstrates a mixture of expressions as the light changes. In addition, the stature’s differentiation makes the space significantly more profound and more extensive than it really is.This house will give you the experience of experiencing an assortment of arrangements, such as experiencing orders with the light.It exists as a historic point in the town, yet it additionally has exceedingly secured protection and mixture of spaces inside.