YSY House by Akitoshi Ukai / AUAU
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YSY House by Akitoshi Ukai / AUAU

Perched on a steep slope in the small hill of Seto city, YSY House is a small home for a young couple and their two children.

The vertical building “Wears” painted white FRP facade and roof, this creates a new relation between inside and outside, has both the role to ease the thermal in the environment.

Architects: Akitoshi Ukai / AUAU
Location: Seto, Japan
Photography: Masaya Yoshimura

© Masaya Yoshimura

© Masaya Yoshimura

The private room on the first floor, and the second floor composed piling up the box of each life.

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© Masaya Yoshimura

© Masaya Yoshimura

Inspiration from architect:

This buildings are two wooden stories. It aimed at individuality as the whole and the acquisition of strength by treating wooden by bundling, that is, “Enclosure” and “Wear” two this time, and treating the relation between them.


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