A Nice Simple And Minimalist Living Space Architecture Design
09 Jun 2011
A great living space project which called House D has finish designed by the architect Takeshi Hamada. This house is constructed in Osaka, Japan by the architect and it is covers an area for about 100 square meters. This house is constructed in 2010. This living space project is precisely located in the place from one block from the main street in Osaka’s suburb. There, where the living space is located, there are a lot of the different buildings such as an iron factory, elementary school and a parking lot near this living space. In this living house planning, the architect calls the garage in this building site as a “Light Well” and he deploys the building in the type around it.
Near this living space, there is only a road in the north side, the architect intentionally didn’t make a window in this side and he planned which all rooms which can take the lights and air from this “Light Well”. On the road side of the living space, the architect put the Gal-Barium Steel Plate, it is configures the feature of this living space with the wooden doors.
By the architect, this small type living space design is designed as an open plan space living space. From the front facade, this living space is look like has a cubical entry side. Inside this living space, brightness is the main attention, it is looked from the lighting access and the bright painting which is designed and painted by the architect. In the entry side, the door which is the house use is the wooden sliding door which looks like ventilation. Nice!
Architects: Takeshi Hamada
Location: Osaka, Japan
Project area: 100 sqm
Project year: 2010
Photographs: Courtesy of Takeshi Hamada