Terada Hirate Sekkei has created a home for a family of five in Tokyo that embodies the optimistic spirit of the 1950s and 1960s.
The project is a black building nestled above a concrete platform in a quiet residential area of the capital.
The interior pays homage to the vibrant colours of this era and adopts products and furniture with space-age curves and bright tones. The private residence features a 6.8m high ceiling, a diagonal wall with a yellow sliding door and an illuminated black staircase.
Terada House aims to bring happiness to residents and guests and looks to the futuristic past, giving new hope for tomorrow.
Architect: Terada Hirate Sekkei
Project: Terada House