House in Saka

Japanese studio Suppose Design Office has completed a single family dwelling in Saka, Hiroshima. Like so many houses in densely populated Japanese cities, the house has no explicit openings in the exterior walls, thus providing for the inhabitants' privacy. Instead the rooms open to a series of cleverly hidden small yards in pocket spaces formed between the external and a secondary internal shell of the house. 

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  • Kiril Pavlov
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  • Ashley Adam
    Ashley Adam commented
    Very unusual by N. American standards. Would love to see the floor plans. And to know the total sq. ft. Was a basement built?
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