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in the three-story atrium, an installation made of optical film contrasts the omnipresent concrete. The post yo shimada transforms tadao ando’s ‘house in nihonbashi’ to host tato architects exhibit appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
wanting to bring a part of the brewery's history into the project, the architect clad the outer walls in charred wood sourced from old miso barrels. The post tato architects organizes house and office in japan with angled walls and internal courtyards appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Wood salvaged from old miso barrels has been used to clad a house built by Tato Architects in Japan for the owner of a nearby brewery specialising in soy sauces. Read more
A simple gabled form glad in corrugated metal encloses a porous series of internal and exterior spaces at this house near Tsukimiyama Station in Kobe by Tato Architects. Read more
the brief called for a design where inhabitants could 'feel the presence of each other regardless of where they are in the house'. The post tato architects rebuilds ‘house in hakuraku’ to bring a family together appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the dwelling, located in the city of osaka, has been designed for a family who wanted to 'appreciate each other's presence'. The post tato architects conceives house in hokusetsu as a ‘crystalline labyrinth’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A geometric pattern of square-shaped rooms connected by rhombus-shaped circulation areas forms House in Hokusetsu, Osaka, by Japanese firm Tato Architects. Read more
opening the sunroom's large sliding door blurs the boundary between internal and external space. The post tato architects turns indoor courtyard into outdoor patio with sliding polycarbonate façade appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Japanese studio Tato Architects has built a house in the town of Sonobe, Japan, with a sunroom that can be opened up to the garden by sliding open a huge corrugated polycarbonate wall. Read more


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