Tag Yoshichika Takagi

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.

Yoshichika Takagi

24-09-2014

Yoshichika Takagi

The young Japanese architect Yoshichika Takagi (1975) was born in Sapporo on the island of Hokkaido and graduated from Hokkai Gakuen University in 1998.

Yoshichika Takagi: wooden home in Sapporo

09-06-2011

Yoshichika Takagi: wooden home in Sapporo

House k is a housing experiment by architect Yoshichika Takagi in the city of Sapporo. The architect combines the archetypical home with a pitched roof with the archetype of the village, a set of homes which share certain features, and attempts to recreate the atmosphere of harmonious proportions characteristic of small villages and hamlets in a single home.

Yoshichika Takagi, a home in a parking lot

11-04-2011

Yoshichika Takagi, a home in a parking lot

Young Japanese architect Yoshichika Takagi recently completed a wooden home built in a parking lot in central Akita. The project is characterised by the complete absence of barriers separating the garden around the home from its surroundings, for the division is provided by the home’s walls.

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