House in Osaka, Japan
This house in Osaka was designed for a young couple and the mother.
Extending over three floors, the restaurant occupies a site less than 70 m2 in area situated on a busy traffic junction opposite the Daitokuji Temple.
The building adopts the height of the adjoining structures in the road.
Forming one phase of a series of developments on this site, the building consists of two identical office tracts connected at various points.
Distinguished outwardly by a black concrete plinth zone surmounted by a skin of white metal louvres over the glazing to the upper floors, the extension is...
The long exposed-concrete façade of the school forms a calm visual contrast to the nearby forest.
The elongated strip of the chemistry faculty building forms both a demarcation and a link between the university campus and the polytechnic.
In its layout and use of materials, this extension, consisting of two wings linked by a courtyard and an underground tract, complements the existing laboratory...