The House for Contemporary Art - Residence


This home was designed for an art appreciator and amateur artist who wanted a “house like an art museum”. Planned with careful consideration for air circulation as well as for the harsh, snowy climate of the Japan Sea coast, the structure is composed of white boxes of varying scale that frame spaces like pictures. One of the main concepts is 'Seamless Spatial Composition'. You can circulate through the spaces in this home looking at the owner’s collection of artwork just as if you were passing through galleries in a museum. Designed by Ryumei Fujiki

Design Not for Sale