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House in Goido

House in Goido is a minimalist home located in Nasa, Japan, designed by Fujiwarramuro Architects. The clients requested that the home be designed to be relatively private while maintaining a well-lit and comfortable interior environment. The architects decided to build four volumes to comprise the whole of the residence. (11)

Name: House in Goido

Designer: Fujiwarramuro Architects

Location: Nasa, Japan

House in Goido is a minimalist home located in Nasa, Japan, designed by Fujiwarramuro Architects. The clients requested that the home be designed to be relatively private while maintaining a well-lit and comfortable interior environment. The architects decided to build four volumes to comprise the whole of the residence.

The complex spatial configuration included several semi-outdoor exterior spaces that resemble atriums or public plazas. Ascending from the staircase one emerges into a central plaza that forms the core of the structure. A skylight illuminates that various volumes with an abundant amount of natural lighting.

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