House OS

House OS

Residence  

Higashiura Aichi, Japan
Residence(Wooden)
Construction area:222.12㎡
Floor area:222.12㎡
New residence in Higashiura Town, Aichi Prefecture. The owner is a plant professional who owns a houseplant farm. What is unique about this project is that the owner owned three adjacent brush lands. These lands are residential lands, agricultural lands, and agricultural lands, respectively, which appear to be one land at a glance, but have a neighboring land border set on the desk. Naturally, houses can only be built on residential land, but we proposed a suitable house to live on these three premises by the following process 1 to 4.

1. Build a house on residential land
2.Build an agricultural warehouse on farmland (with access road)
3. Build a greenhouse on farmland (no access)
4.Make three buildings close together and keep outlines continuous

Due to such a construction, on the other hand, the borderline of the neighboring land disappears, and it looks like one building on one land. On the other hand, the gap between the three buildings adjacent to each other makes it possible to visualize the existence of the borderline of the adjacent land, and the three buildings are independent. Under the rules (laws), we aim for a house that faces the land as much as possible.