Y-House in Fukui, Japan property

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Y-House in Fukui, Japan

2 Jun 2023

Architects: Baum

Location: Fukui, Japan

Y-House Fukui Japan

Photos by Naoki Myo

Y-House, Japan

Y-House is a new residence on land surrounded rice fields and mountains to the northern side.

Y-House Japan

Y-House Japan

The priority was given to enjoying the change of four seasons by installing a large window on the roadside rather than worrying about to be seen because only nearby residents pass by the road in front of the house and there is a difference in elevation.

Y-House Fukui Japan

Y-House Fukui

The unique curled exterior and galvalume make the building look light and airy and the poach area was built so that part of the wall is rolled up to work as a windbreak room.

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Y-House, Fukui – Building Information

Design: Baum – https://baum.jp/

Project size: 137 sqm
Completion date: 2022
Building levels: 2

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Y-House Fukui Japan Y-House Fukui Japan

Photography: Naoki Myo

Y-House in Fukui, Japan images / information received 020623 from Architects Baum

Location: Fukui, Japan, eastern Asia

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