Dig In The Sky
The architects connected the rooms with tube-shaped corridors and staircases that cross the courtyards.
In the heart of Osaka in Japan, Kentaro Takeguchi and Asako Yamamoto from Alphaville Architects designed a residence consisting of three buildings sandwiching two courtyards, in order to bring light to a narrow area surrounded by neighbouring houses on three sides. The interior, which is not confined by private rooms or doors, enables people to take different routes to get to their destination and has a cityscape feel thanks to tubes serving as semi-public space.
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Architect : Alphaville Architects, Japan
Area used : 152 m²