Re: [MOSULARCH] EANA: house in hiyoshi

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EANA: house in hiyoshi

'house in hiyoshi' by EANA, kanagawa, japan
image © koichi torimura
all images courtesy of EANA
an example in compact living, the rectangular 'house in hiyoshi' by japanese firm EANA is located on a fragment of land on the southern end of a
public park in yokohama city. the three-storey timber frame structure organizes its spaces by manipulating floor-to-height distances to adapt to
future needs. the entry level, which has a lower ceiling, contains two bedrooms, services and storage, over a polished concrete floor foundation.
a staircase leads up to the second-storey and main social space with a kitchen, living and dining room, and has a ceiling at four meters. a large
full-height north-facing window stretches almost to the extents of the walls and looks out over the park, allowing the residents to be first row
spectators over the natural scenery. a thinner metal staircase connects to the third level landing and rooftop terrace. a horizontal strip window
reaches the entire width of the footprint allowing southern light to warm the interior, while the owners may reside in a private exterior space.

entrance alongside the road
image © koichi torimura

main living area
image © koichi torimura

living room
image © koichi torimura

large south-facing window with two-directional blinds
image © koichi torimura

dining area
image © koichi torimura

(left) stairs to the rooftop terrace
(right) stairs to the private entry level
image © koichi torimura

entry level with bedroom, services, and storage
image © koichi torimura

view from the upper loft/ rooftop garden
image © koichi torimura

rooftop terrace
image © koichi torimura

image © koichi torimura

living room
image © koichi torimura

view from the street
image © koichi torimura

site plan and floor plan / level 0

floor plan / level 1

floor plan / level 2


project info:
location: yokohama city, kanagawa,japan

principal use: family house

client: undisclosed
construction: genki kensetsu

main structure: timber construction

site area: 104.13 m2

building area: 45.55 m2

total floor area: 91.10 m2

completion: march. 2012

design period: april. 2011 - august. 2011

construction period: september. 2011-march. 2012

project team: EANA | kohei iwasaki,tota abe


                 Ph.D. in Technologies for the Exploitation

                 of the Cultural Heritage .

                 Senior Lecturer in the Dept. of Architecture

                 College of Engineering , University of Mosul 
                 Mosul - Iraq .



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