Tuesday, January 17, 2012

V-shaped house in Japan

For areas that are threatened by floods in rainy areas near ponds, surrounded by rice fields, bamboo forests, the Japanese architectural firm NAF Architecture & Design has designed this V-shaped house, with a low profile, which is built on a 1.3 m above the ground - as a pile-dwelling. The main entrance from the street leading up to the roof terrace and then continue to the lower floor, where the main living area. On the lower level along the entire length of the house stretches deck, which gives direct access to each room through sliding glass doors. Even the tank is open view! The interior is simple, nostilen - the walls are clad in wood, and floors are of marble. This further connects this house with nature.
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