Tag Yasutaka Yoshimura

Vacation architecture

22-07-2016

Vacation architecture

It’s time for summer vacation, and we invite our readers to discover 10 architectural projects covered in the pages of Floornature: 10 holiday homes built in different parts of the world, from the sea to the mountains.

What to see in Japan: houses in the city

18-12-2015

What to see in Japan: houses in the city

How Japanese architecture has changed since the days of Arata Isozaki, Tadao Ando and Kazuyo Sejima. From Shigeru Ban to Hosaka Takeshi, the nature of the home in Japan. What to see in Japan: a voyage in discovery of the most interesting city homes.

Hiroyuki Komatsu coordinates a team of architects for renewal of a skyscraper

06-10-2014

Hiroyuki Komatsu coordinates a team of architects for renewal of a skyscraper

Kameya is a historic skyscraper in Tsuruoka, Japan which was recently renewed with an architectural and interior design project involving a team of professionals from different backgrounds.

Yasutaka Yoshimura's Window House

07-07-2014

Yasutaka Yoshimura's Window House

A glass home of innovative minimal design. The home on Japan's Sagami Bay uses an unusual strategy to avoid blocking people's view of the beach: it is transparent.

Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects design a hostel in Kyonan

16-06-2014

Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects design a hostel in Kyonan

Modularity and Japanese tradition come together in the architecture of this private training centre. The studio designed the interiors on the basis of the standard proportions of a truck trailer, designed in wood.

Yasutaka Yoshimura - Nakagawa Office Extension, Nara, Japan

24-04-2014

Yasutaka Yoshimura - Nakagawa Office Extension, Nara, Japan

Addition of a façade of minimal design makes Yasutaka Yoshimura’s light, functional building more practical without really changing it.

Holiday home in Sajima

10-03-2011

Holiday home in Sajima

In Yasutaka, a tourist resort not far from Tokyo, a home on the waterfront stands out for its windows, each different in shape, as in an infants’ shape sorter. Designed as a home for brief holidays, the building features a dance of floor and wall covering materials on the inside.

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