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House of Silence by FORM / Kouichi Kimura Architects

Японская студия  FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects запроектировала и построила дом, который диссонирует с окружающей средой, но в полной мере отражает философию владельца.  Архитектор Kouichi Kimura : "Клиент захотел иметь дом, не похожий на соседние, но который влиял бы на окружающую среду." "Этот дом даст вам опыт прохождения через разнообразие последовательных открытий, подобно прохождению неофитом пути к знанию и свету ..." 

Japanese studio FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects designed this concrete house in Shiga
 to be deliberately alien to its neighbours. 

Named House of Silence, the two-storey building contains rooms with split levels and varying ceiling heights, creating a segmented structure with overlapping volumes and protruding walls. "The client wanted to have a house which is not influenced by the environment of its location," explains architect and studio founder Kouichi Kimura.

"This house will give you the experience of going through a variety of sequences, like going through cloisters with the light," he adds.
The roof staggers up to its highest point in the north-west corner, creating a tower that Kimura refers to as a belfry.

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