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Y House, Changping, Beijing

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post updated 29 September 2021 ; 28 Apr 2010

Project name: Y house

Design: BMA Beijing Matsubara and Architects

Y House, China Residential Building

Changping House

Architect: Hironori MATSUBARA, Norio KATSUTA, Zhichao LI, Daijiro NAKAYAMA, Xiaoli LI

Address: Changping district, Beijing, China

Site area: 1200 sqm
Building area: 245 sqm
Total floor area: 770 sqm

Structure: concrete frame structure (partly wall structure)

Design period: Dec 2007- Feb 2008
Completion period: Nov. 2009

Construction: LI Qiyun

Client: individual

Photographer: Misae HIROMATSU

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Y house Beijing images / information from BMA Architects

Location: People’s Republic of China, eastern Asia

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Nanjing Museum of Art & Architecture, Nanjing, China
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