Yoshichika Takagi House Concept

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Japanese architect yoshichika takagi has shared with us images of 'house k' that appeals to the residents by creating an interior outdoor environment.The residence is conceived as a collection of archetypal housing forms containing individual functions arranged within a covered exterior-like environment that references the urban fabric of a traditional fishing village interpreted on a smaller scale in the midst of suburban sprawl. the contrast between the larger envelope and the decentralized program is clearly seen with the difference in material: an all white shell with a large pitched roof encases the smaller natural wood-clad components. the kitchen is left in the open space in the middle of the house as the common link and the social area of the construct, like a town square.

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