Brother’s House is a concept project by Sapporo-based Japanese architect Hiroshi Kuno (久野浩志) in 2013.
In a residence, the walls separated the space into several scenes by people’s act; we eating, reading, sleeping and bathing in different rooms.
Architects: hiroshi kuno + associates
Location: Otaru city, Japan
Photography: Courtesy of hiroshi kuno + associates
Brother’s House is to explore this proposition, the house without scenario incomplete use of the curved walls create a both unified and independent multidimensional space.
Inspiration from architect:
I think that the program of a residence is made of a small thing which cannot be expressed by language one by one. The general act in a residence, for example, eating, reading a book, sleeping, which considered clearly made to language is also made of continuation of a small thing. I thought that the form for such a nameless programs was required. People put various thoughts in the mountain and lake which form is not made for man. And nature accepts all such thoughts. The house where those who live here can write a scenario freely so that natural forms may be so.