ato Architects' Tiny, Modern House

The architects were concerned that since the site was about 11 feet above the road, the house would look larger than its actual size. So it is designed with setback volumes floating over open and translucent spaces to break up its massing. The concrete walls were cast with a rough texture by using small split lauan wood to match the old masonry walls in surrounding buildings. And the roof line of the new house echoes that of other homes in the historic neighborhoo

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House in Ishikiri / Tato Architects | ArchDaily.

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