T Noie Residential House by Katsutoshi Sasaki

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
T Noie

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Residential House

INSPIRATION:
It refers to the three houses we have planned in the past. The narrow houses are small in width, but have a mysterious spaciousness by adding height. The house has high windows that provide beautiful light and warmth throughout the day. The houses are arranged in a spiral pattern, each with its own comfortable place. The spacing of the columns is based on the Japanese model.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
This house has two 1.55m wide spaces with a 50mm thick T-shaped structure in the centre. The inhabitants can feel at the same time the intimacy they feel in the small width and the sense of sharing a space while being far away from each other. A simple composition contains an ambivalent experience.Natural light from the high windows changes the interior throughout the day. The 55mm floor erases the boundary between architecture and furniture.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
By applying this plan, it is possible to provide a comfortable living environment for the builder with a small site or a small budget. In other words, it is a proposal that opens up the possibility of having a house in any country or region.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project began in Toyota City, Japan in May 2014 and was completed in January 2018.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Architecture, Building and Structure Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
The posts are made of thin laminated rice pine 50mm wide. They are joined to the beams to form a T-shape structure. The floorboards are made of 55mm local cypress.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Column: 50 x 700mm, Beam:50 x 450mm, Floorboards: 55mm

TAGS:
house, japan, wooden, High window, comfort

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
The minimum dimensions required for each room in the house were verified. The family is set up for five people. This does not include storage, equipment or appliances. This resulted in a dimension of 1550mm. All the rooms were set up as two 1550mm rooms. Between the rooms there is a structure and storage of 700 mm depth.

CHALLENGE:
Changing stereotypes. This was the most important aspect of the project. For example, a width of 1.55m is considered narrow. But when you add length, the room feels different. Earthen floors, high ceilings and wooden fittings are avoided in Japan because they cause cold. In this house, however, the natural light makes it comfortable in winter. The windows are important. The combination of window placement, size and orientation can make all the difference.

ADDED DATE:
2022-02-11 05:50:00

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IMAGE CREDITS:
ALL Photo, video : Katsutoshi Sasaki

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Katsutoshi Sasaki

PROFILE:
The client is an architect. He is based in Toyota City, Japan. In this city, there is a famous automobile company. Although his design activities are based in a local city, he plans each house with the idea that it can be applied all over the world. Many of his residential works have been introduced in the international media. Although most of his commissions are for wooden houses, he also designs factories, offices, and clinics. His designs are characterized by efficient and clear planning, rational structures, and opening plans that emphasize light landscapes. He also intentionally plans to make the most of the surrounding environment and to reduce the feeling of oppression to the surroundings. In other words, from large objects such as streets to small objects such as railings, there is a strong awareness of dimensions. This represents his idea that architecture is something that connects relationships. He believes that material materials are sublimated into architecture when light overlaps the architecture, which is a collection of these dimensions. He states that in the future he plans to expand the scale of his work to include not only residences, but also medium-scale architecture. This is because he wants to give back to more people and society the knowledge he has gained through residential design. He also plans to further pursue the potential of wood as an architectural structure. The small atelier, which transmits information from a local city to the world, will continue to work ambitiously.

NOMINATION DETAILS

T Noie Residential House by Katsutoshi Sasaki is a Nominee in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

T Noie Residential House by Katsutoshi Sasaki is Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2021 - 2022.



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