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The Moriyama House

Posted on: October 2, 2008

photographer © Takashi Homma

photographer © Takashi Homma

The Moriyama House is a great execution of the concept of mixing public and private spaces by architect Ryue Nishizawa. Every room is a building itself and with 10 of them in the same compound you get this really wonderful combination of a private space where every person (6 tenants) has their own “home” and there is this unit C which acts as the living room where they can all have a get together session. This striking concept makes the Moriyama House almost like a little village but only better! You can have a 360 degree view and the floor plans of this very interesting project via The Japan Architect, just click on the level and the blue dots.

Here the Man explains the concept behind the House

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