Designed by Atelier architect Tsuyoshi Tane in 2017. The Todoroki House is located in a windy canyon in Tokyo, Japan, which is a region with a rather special climate with the ground wet and windy. dried.
The home has been designed to address these two climatic conditions, through research into the architectural features of both the arid and wetest regions of the world.
The first floor of the house is a large space, covered by dense woods outside, bring a sense of peace, quiet.
The second floor is the bedroom area with low ceilings design combined with large windows that are intermingled. This is an ideal place to relax, relax.
The third floor has a similar design on the second floor, but the faces are arranged in large windows that allow you to view eight different directions, such as an observation deck.
Todoroki is built in the heart of a busy street but has an eight-sided architecture that is as unique as a flower. What Todoroki gives homeowners is a new vision, a quiet space and a distinctly different life experience from the undersea forest and the observation deck.