Residential Architecture: House in Senri by Shogo Iwata: “..the three-storey-high House in Senri contains a total of eight tiered floors, connected to one another by sets of four or five stairs at a time..The uppermost floor is a roof terrace, which is tucked down behind a parapet wall at the top of the grey-rendered facade..The entrance is located on the side of the building, sheltered by a cantilevered canopy.”  Fascinating interior volumes and disposition, roof terrace, textural sensibility, abundant natural light, distinctive cantilever..

image: Nagaishi Hidehiko; article: Dezeen

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