Built in 2006 but not published before, Shiro is a hair salon in Fukui, Japan, by architects 1980/Takuya Hosokai + Hiromasa Mori.
Shiro means white in Japanese, in contrast to Kuro, which means black and which is also the name of the house by the same architects we published last week.
Here are some facts from Hokosai:
design: 1980 / Takuya Hosokai + Hiromasa Mori
Place: Fukui city, Fukui prefecture, Japan
program: Beauty Salon
Built: June, 2006
structure: Steel-frame building
site area: 194.26 sqm
building area: 78.17 sqm
total floor area: 166.79 sqm
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