House in Tsutsumino BY fuse-atelier

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Noda, Japan

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This two-storey home in the japanese city of noda provides sweeping views of the surrounding natural landscape. The building’s angular concrete form contrasts the more orthodox nature of neighboring structures, with a large glazed aperture presented to the passing street. internally, residential areas exist on different levels with the kitchen, dining and living accommodation connected via a continuous circulation route. the winding pathway proceeds upwards, before becoming a roof terrace elevated at a total height of six meters.