takeshi hosaka architects: love house, kanagawa, japan; 'kaleidoscope' exhibition

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‘love house’
photo by kozo takayama
all images courtesy of takeshi hosaka architects
‘love house’ by takeshi hosaka was designed for a couple. on a very small site of 33 square meters, the designer planned a building of frontage 2.7m / about 9m deep. he divided the top ceiling with a huge curve and created the roof and the space, with a big hole in the centre where you can see the sky. it is located in kanagawa, japan.

photo by kozo takayama

photo by kozo takayama

photo by kozo takayama

photo by kozo takayama

photo by nacasa & partners

photo by nacasa & partners

photo by nacasa & partners

photo by nacasa & partners

photo by nacasa & partners

photo by nacasa & partners

photo by nacasa & partners

photo by kozo takayama architect: takeshio hosaka assistant: megumi hosaka structural engineers: nobuo sakane site: 33.16 square metre building area: 18.96 square metre floor area ratio: 37.92 square metre building height: 5425 mm no. of floors: 2F building function: house design: 2004 planning start (M/Y): april / 2004 beginning of construction: march / 2005 completion: july / 2005

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