House Komazawa Park by miCo
- Caroline Kurze
miCo finished the House Komazawa Park as an extension of a thirty year old dwelling, nestled in a densely populated district in Japan where wooden houses sit like a compact cluster of timber frames.
From the outside, the house is fragmented and appears quite small; inside, however, it is surprisingly light and spacious. Working with the existing two-storey structure, the architects of miCo made it their aim to re-interpret the wooden home so common in Japan, and modify the landscape it sat in.
All images © Koichi Torimura, Takashi suo, miCo | Via: Yellowtrace