Koshino House by Tadao Ando

When it comes to Japanese architecture, Tadao Ando is the master of the Modern age. With strong cultural influences, it is said that his architectural style creates a “haiku” effect in which empty space creates strong simplistic forms. The Koshino House is a beautiful example of his work. The layout features two rectangular prisms, the northern two-story volume containing a large living room, kitchchen, dining room and master suite, while the second volume features 6 smaller sized bedrooms, a bathroom and a lobby. The space drapes over and contours the natural topography of the site.

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Amanda Jakubik

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