House of Slope by Fujiwaramuro Architects

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This simple house has been designed by House of Slope by Fujiwaramuro Architects and is located in a dense urban area from Osaka, surrounded by densely packed buildings.

The design is based on an interesting idea of the architects about a structure that appears to float in a large, open space. This idea was put in practice, in the conditions of a challenging site by taking care and ensuring a continuity of the spatial circulation through the entire flag-shaped portion of the site. Its structure extends in a sloping manner on 25 meters from the first floor through the second and up until the roof.

The structural support for the floors and the wooden slope is provided by several beams, and all of these beams put together creates a great residential space made up of several domains that are integrated with each other. The arrangement of these domains creates a sense of relaxation and openness. The interior is all lightened up, and there was used a lot of light wood for the floor, the structure being sustained by some long wood beams that provides the sense of continuity, expanding from the first floor up to the roof. I would really like to see some furniture out there, to get a better impression.

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