Friday, July 12, 2013

Tsunami Recovery Architecture by Fuminori Maemi

From architect Fuminori Maemi, a post-tsunami rebuild in Japan's Miyagi prefecture. With a triangular lot and a tight budget, the home not only defies its circumstances, but exudes a warmth and charm sometimes lost in contemporary Japanese architecture. The interior is an intimate space made to feel larger through the horseshoe-shaped footprint, and the slight curvature of the roofline is subtly and indescribably clever. Via designboom










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