House in Muko by FujiwaraMuro Architects
Situated on the edge of the residential area, adjacent with a bamboo forest in south side, the House in Muko is a fan shape residence marked by its huge cambered louver facades.
Architects: FujiwaraMuro Architects
Location: Kyoto, Japan
Photography: Toshiyuki Yano
The house accommodates all functions in a single space, divided by a mezzanine. The large louvers acts as a single frame that regulates the amount of light in the interior spaces.
Inspiration from architect:
By using a louver with depth, even while intercepts some of the eye, was had led into the house the light from people and cars passing through the road . By shifting step by step along the road louvers, according to the lapse of time, you can enjoy changes in facial expressions in the room.