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House in Saitozaki by Case-Real

House in Saitozaki by Case-Real

The open mouth of this steel-clad house in Fukuoka, Japan, by architects Case-Real reveals its interior to anyone strolling by.

House in Saitozaki by Case-Real

Red and grey galvanised steel envelops the exterior of the House in Saitozaki, which is single-storey on side but has two storeys on the other.

House in Saitozaki by Case-Real

A pitched roof with exposed eaves shelters living and dining rooms on the single-storey side, while utility rooms are located opposite beneath three first-floor bedrooms.

House in Saitozaki by Case-Real

Storage areas inside the house are built into the walls, while the floors are covered with dark wood panels.

House in Saitozaki by Case-Real

Other recent projects by Case-Real include a dorm with a curvy timber deck and a boutique with concave walls - see them both and more here.

House in Saitozaki by Case-Real

Photography is by Hiroshi Mizusaki.


House in Saitozaki

In a residence, For the configuration of volume and internal space In a residence, we thought timeless and simple was best.

House in Saitozaki by Case-Real

Here, keeping an awareness of orientation and road connections, but without paying special attention the site geometry, two anonymous architectural volumes (a typical one-story gable and a two-layer box) are bound together leaving the simple internal structures intact.

House in Saitozaki by Case-Real

Type of Project: Residence

House in Saitozaki by Case-Real

Period: Feb 2011 - Oct 2011

House in Saitozaki by Case-Real

Structual engineer: Jikuu-koubou

House in Saitozaki by Case-Real

Site area: 169.0㎡

House in Saitozaki by Case-Real

Building area: 76.9㎡

House in Saitozaki by Case-Real

Floor area: 123.2㎡ (1F/76.9㎡、2F/76.3㎡)

House in Saitozaki by Case-Real