House in Hekida by Fuse-Atelier

The natural views of a sumptuous sight delight the inhabitants of the ‘House in Hekida’ by Fuse-Atelier. Awe-inspiring views steal the glares of the residents of this crisp white rectangular form as its immersed in nature facing the Kitashiga Kogen’s mount Kosha and apple orchard. An abundance of glass windows were delicately positioned on the east facing facade to guarantee the right sense of privacy. The ground level has an open air staircase leading up to the roof top in the center of this distinctive home. The levels are connected from the vertically rising secondary interior circulation. A flow of natural light filter in the pure monochromatic rooms as the spaces around the steps are visually linked across the void.

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